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<x-flowed>Well idealy i`d like the whole battery to last for 3-4 hours, this would
include approx 10-15 20`s burts of 400mA. Unfortunately it is a large bank
of LED`s that is using the power that can`t be avoided. The lize limitation
is mainly how tall the battery is, it should be at most 15mm tall. And after
that as small as possible on every other axis. Like I said before cost is
not an issue as this is a one off, also I can replace batteries after every
run so they do not need to be re-charable. I am currently desiging the board
so I can work around the battery.
Thanks for any help.
>Hello Andrew, perhaps you could explain more about the available space
>and how long do you need that 5V to supply 100mA after the 20s of peak
>400mA. TNR company here in Florida produce (and represent) several
>different kinds of batteries and sizes, probably one could fit perfectly
>to your application. One more point... what is consumming 400mA for
>20s? a relay? If yes, you could drop it down significativelly using
>latching relays, since they consume only during the transfer from latch
>to unlatch or vice-versa.
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