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Old 03-06-2011 , 16:28   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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2x 9V = 18V

What a hard calculation.
Wow, I'm astonished by your physics knowledge.
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Old 03-06-2011 , 19:34   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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Not sure if anyone got my sarcasm.

I guess not.
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Old 03-06-2011 , 20:01   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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Not sure if anyone got my sarcasm.

I guess not.
Yeah.

Right.
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Old 03-07-2011 , 04:21   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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I did set it up, The result was 18.39V for the pickup and 17.36V for the transmitter. (Not actual components, i only used relays for testing purposes.)

Failure. I will have to regulate the 18V instead. Thanks for help.
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Old 03-07-2011 , 07:20   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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Old 03-07-2011 , 15:23   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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Failure. I will have to regulate the 18V instead.
You don't exactly have to regulate the higher voltage straight. You can use three batteries or a simple voltage divider before regulating if that is needed. What you should have thought in the first place is that voltage dividers are always resistors, dividing surely would be done with diodes without loss if it was possible. Using two voltage sources in series and in parallel in the same time doesn't sound quite possible either.
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Old 03-07-2011 , 23:35   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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silicon diodes? if so. rest 0.7 v

PS: I am an electronics technician D:
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Old 03-09-2011 , 16:41   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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2x 9V = 18V

What a hard calculation.
when I eat it off of one battery then is 9V

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