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[Help !] Ferrari F430 Force Feedback Racing Wheel Power Supply

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by KamikazeF0X, Jun 19, 2014.

  1. KamikazeF0X

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  2. Car crusher

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    Ok I see your problem... You bought it at a flea market for 20€.
    THIS MIGHT HELP THOUGH
    http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com/archive/index.php/t-86807.html
     
  3. KamikazeF0X

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    I have allrady see this forum, and prefer to be sure about the Voltage/Amperage with 2 diferants sources (I know i'm boring ^^)
     
  4. SixSixSevenSeven

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    it will just be power for the motor. So anything *roughly* 20V should do the trick. Seems the linked forum the guy just went with a laptop charger (usually 19-20V)
     
  5. KamikazeF0X

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    I've found a 19V 3A supply, everything works fine now !
     
  6. D7er5eer

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    I'm not sure, but isn't this like the wrong forum for help?
     
  7. pulley999

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    It's a racing game forum (where people have wheels) and he wanted to know what power supply was needed (for his wheel) because someone here may have the same one. So no, not really. Now, if it was what voltage/amperage he needed for a Motorola Razr...
     
  8. destroyer8769

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    It would still be allowed as it is in off-topic
     
  9. SixSixSevenSeven

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    5v with at least 100mA for a trickle charge. Ideally up to 1A for a full charge if D+ and D- have been shorted to signify this. They were all mini or micro USB so the voltage is obvious with that one.
     
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