Hello i just want to know if it's possible to do 5V with a 1.5V battery without any capacitor
I have to run a 4.8V DC motor with a 1.5V battery. The motor is used to propulse a little car.
In example: is it possible to use this boost converter without the cpacitor if not what will happen
And isnt this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:B...onventions.svg [Broken] circuit a half wave rectifier?
'Puzzle', 'non-standard', and 'challenge', and the fact that you have specifically not specified 'DC', just 5 V, lead me to believe that your tasker intended some kind of pulse waveform be used which is plausible w/ a motor load. You can drive the motor with some kind of 5V pulse waveform. The DC/DC boost converter (referenced above) with no output capacitor with give you a pulse waveform, and the duty cycle of the converter would control the motor speed.it is posed as an advanced puzzle by someone who knows of an elegant non-standard solution. It's like a challenge. so i have to find a way to do 5V with a 1.5V battery without any capacitor.