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5 Volts in MUTR Circuit?

Postby lemke » Wed Aug 26, 2020 10:26 am

Hello - I have not posted for a long time.

I am getting another MUTR. This time, I wanted to have all the things to make it complete while waiting for the kit to cross the pond: LED's, switches, wall power adapter, audio amp, lenses, etc. My old unit was lost during a move, so I can't fire it up to get voltage readings. I just have a simple question right now.

The audio amp I want to use runs on 5 volts. Can anyone confirm if the MUTR produces 5 volts that I can tap into to run the audio amp?

Thanks!

John
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Re: 5 Volts in MUTR Circuit?

Postby Harry Dalek » Wed Aug 26, 2020 8:33 pm

lemke wrote:Hello - I have not posted for a long time.

I am getting another MUTR. This time, I wanted to have all the things to make it complete. While waiting for the kit to cross the pond, I thought I would get all the components to complete it: LED's, switches, wall power adapter, audio amp, lenses, etc. My old unit was lost during a move, so I can't fire it up to get voltage readings. I just have a simple question right now.

The audio amp I want to use runs on 5 volts. Can anyone confirm if the MUTR produces 5 volts that I can tap into to run the audio amp?

Thanks!

John


Hi i don't know if its the same Mutr kit here's the schematic yes you can tap 5 volts off it .
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Re: 5 Volts in MUTR Circuit?

Postby lemke » Wed Aug 26, 2020 9:45 pm

Thank you, Harry Dalek!

Your information helps a lot.
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Re: 5 Volts in MUTR Circuit?

Postby Harry Dalek » Thu Aug 27, 2020 2:51 pm

lemke wrote:Thank you, Harry Dalek!

Your information helps a lot.


No worries post up you work not much on the mutr kit about i didn't know they were still selling them .
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Re: 5 Volts in MUTR Circuit?

Postby Dave Moll » Thu Aug 27, 2020 6:02 pm

Harry Dalek wrote:i didn't know they were still selling them .


Available in the UK from Mindsets.
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