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  1. sneharaikar32

    sneharaikar32

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    if i have an LED in a circuit ..i want to remove the led from the breadboard..and in place of this led want to connect two wires ..then i want to connect these wires to another breadboard ..on the second breadboard i want to connect many LEDS in series...and provide the voltage from the first breadboard..so in short....i m taking the voltage across the LED from the first breadboard and supplying this voltage to another breadboard where LEDS are connected in series...now my problem is HOW CAN I AMPLIFY THE VOLTAGE BEFORE SUPPLYING IT TO THE LED SERIES CONNECTION?? since the voltage across led in the first breadboard is very low...
     
  2. davelectronic

    davelectronic

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    power amplification

    Hi sneharaikar32.
    You dont state the power value or source, is it battery, power supply, iam sure there is an easy way round it, if batterys. Dave. :)
     
  3. davenn

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