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3.3V

Hey DJ,

I was just wondering what you are using on the ez-b to get 3.3v

i saw this tutorial but i'm not sure if it will work.


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That link doesn't respond. There are 5v and 3.3v on the ez-b.

there are 2 5 volt supplies. one is for the i/o, the other is for the micro and bluetooth module. they are seperate so the chip doesn't brown out from the i/o

the 3.3 is created by that little VR on the side by the little power plane. i forget what 3.3 VR is being used hahaha