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Author Topic: Will p360 be effected if voltage changes from 4.3v to 4.4 v every few seconds?  (Read 457 times)

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Got a controller with a 4.3 pos. con. that is con. to a multi colored led light and it changes from 4.3 volts to 4.4 volts every few seconds. Will this mess up the function of the stick???

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You might want to post a simple schematic showing what you have hooked up and where.

That variation should be within the limits of a good "positive" signal for CMOS, but without knowing how the components are interacting it's hard to say.

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