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PICkit3 external dual power supply (3v3-5V) circuit

Posted on Monday, September 23rd, 2013 in power supply by DP

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Giorgos from PCBheaven wrote a post detailing the build of his PICKIT 3 external dual power supply:

First of all, why… Why use such a circuit since the PICkit 3 has a built-in power supply software controlled. There are basically two reasons to build this circuit: First of all, it may happen – The internal PSU may be destroyed. Actually, i fried the PICkit3 PSU myself and i know for sure that it may happen…

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One Response to “PICkit3 external dual power supply (3v3-5V) circuit”

  1. Mick M says:

    Hi Giorgos;
    well done.
    Simple and very usefull.

    Mick M

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