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Author Topic: Is that a joule thief?  (Read 44242 times)

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Re: Is that a joule thief?
« Reply #60 on: May 05, 2013, 11:19:31 PM »
GL:

Most of my regular run of the mill JT's will drain a Bat. to about .2 volts or so.  I think Gadget got some of his to go way lower.  Of course, these were not looped to try to re-claim any of the energy or anything.

Keep up the great work that you do.

Bill

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Re: Is that a joule thief?
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