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They use much more input voltage than red. You would need to make a voltage boost driver to run off of 3 AAAs.


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They use much more input voltage than red. You would need to make a voltage boost driver to run off of 3 AAAs.
Thank you for the advice, I greatly appreciate it! If you could please provide me with a link for a DIY voltage boost driver, that would be very helpful. Also, what is the voltage input power needed to run a Blu-ray or Violate Diode at full power?
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You can test a theory for me then, if you use *2 X TR10440 (rechargable 3.7v) batteries....
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You could use the space where the third battery would be for the regulator
It would make the build a doddle...

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I have a quick question for you. Im wondering do I run your driver directly to the batteries, and when I run the whole circuit im using 2 of these (both plugged in) at the same time? so out of the 3 slot available, 2 slot with these batteries inserted and 1 left with space or space for your driver to be inserted?
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Remember that the capacitor and reverse diode will be in the Aixiz housing so you only need to fit in the LM317 and a 33ohm resistor where the battery was.

To solder to the battery contacts, in the holder, you will need to grind/file through the chrome plate first.

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