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The switch is on the "bottom" side, where you put in the batteries. So you can't just glue/screw/fix the module to a piece of board or something, like I expected :-( Will have to figure out some other way to use these now. Looking at the photos again, I could have spotted this but I just expected the whole thing to be mountable onto a surface and then still use the switch. So be warned.
Asked by Joost Leeuwesteijn | 08/11/2012, 13:05 | 0 answer(s)
What is the voltage output? Because I need it to be able to power the bi-directional motor controller.
Asked by Philip Panchenko | 17/08/2011, 11:34 | 1 answer(s)
This is simply a battery holder, you need to provide your own batteries. The voltage out will be 4 x the individual battery (cell) voltage. If you use say Alkaline batteries, these are normally about 1.61V when new and with no current load, so 4 will give 6.44V