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Thread: Paralell port powered little device.
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picon face BY : Harold M Hallikainen email (remove spam text)



       Has anyone seen these keyboard power splitters available commercially?
I've seen them packaged with some products, but have not seen them on
their own. Also, the ones I've seen have been for the old "big DIN"
connector, not the new "little DIN". Do they exist for the little DIN?
Finally, you can use a PTC thermistor for overcurrent protection without
getting as much voltage drop as with the suggested resistor.

Harold



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