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Duce robot
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2020-05-15 12:45 am  

What type of batteries are being used to power the nano and pi 4 ? Just curious .👍


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starnovice
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2020-05-15 1:43 am  

For stand alone I have used 9 volts for nano, and (I think) on the pi4.  For the DB1 bot I'm using a 12volt lead acid through a 5 volt buck converter.

Pat Wicker (Portland, OR, USA)


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Duce robot
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2020-05-16 6:33 pm  

good I can use a 9 volt if I need to thanks! I thought I would have to get a special battery.


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JoeLyddon
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2020-05-27 11:12 pm  

I am thinking of using a std 9v battery in a finished project...

For TESTING on the bench, can I use +12v? (like from an ATX power supply)

... or should I go through a 9v regulation?

Thank you.

Have Fun,
Joe Lyddon

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Duce robot
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2020-05-30 4:04 am  

I'd go with the 9volt 


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