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Need some help/ideas on a high amp, low volt power source

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Apr 3, 2005.

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  1. Guest

    I am wondering if anybody knows of any power source(s) that produces or
    contains LOW VOLTAGE and HIGH AMPERES?

    TYVM in advance!!!

  2. JeB

    JeB Guest

    you need to give more specifics.
    a computer power supply might do the job.
  3. mike

    mike Guest


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    News Me Guest

    Auto battery..?
  5. PeteS

    PeteS Guest

    What voltage and what current? Some of the newest processors require
    0.9V at up to 100A (that's not a typo).
    Most of these are commercially available on sticks, but you need to be
    precise about the requirements (and efficiency concerns, too).


  6. Bob Masta

    Bob Masta Guest

    One approach I've read about is to take the power transformer
    from a microwave oven, saw off the secondary winding, and
    wind on several turns of heavy-gage wire instead. People
    use this to build welders; Google on microwave + welder
    for more info.

    Best regards,

    Bob Masta

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