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Art Miller

I have been a volunteer on this site since 2001, I have since completed my BS in computer science (with a minor in math and physics), I also run my own business fixing computers and tutoring people.

Aviva Shalem

I can answer questions about electronic devices' development processes, PCB design and manufacturing processes, Assembly processes and anything related to electronic products engineering. I do not provide schematic designs or any other designs for free. I can, however, give advice on the validity of new designs.I'll not answer questions regarding fixing electronic products/devices or draw schematics for you! I can and will help you fix your processes. Electronic product engineering IS NOT electronic engineering!

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2017-01-03 batteries for a special project:

Well, to be honest you sound like you already figured it out, radio shack does sell some AAA battery holders that will output roughly 3 volts, you'll need one with at least 3 cells.    another way of doing

2016-12-28 batteries for a special project:

coin batteries are not that expensive on the internet, I found one on ebay for $1 for 5 of them.    Also, you can't use just a single AAA battery, Most coin batteries are 3 Volts, a single AAA battery

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