2.5" pustom screen working 7.2 volts?

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2.5" pustom screen working 7.2 volts?

Post by devileyebrows42 » Thu Jun 03, 2010 7:04 am

I was considering getting a 2.5" pustom screen from ebay, but i wasnt sure whether or not it would work on a 7.2 volt sony infolithium L battery. has anyone tried running the pustom screen on 7.2 volts?
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Re: 2.5" pustom screen working 7.2 volts?

Post by The Smooth » Thu Jul 22, 2010 1:38 am

I'm pretty sure it's been tested on 5 volts
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Re: 2.5" pustom screen working 7.2 volts?

Post by bassmasta » Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:16 am

Apparently it has an internal 7805, so 7.2 volts is fine.
Valium wrote:320x112 resolution. Oh, and the 12v goes into a 7805 so 5v is all you need.
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