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getting 4.5v and 6 v from 1 4xaa battery case?

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coolgod

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https://www.edaboard.com/thread209652-2.html#post885626
That was my original thread asking for help getting 2 different voltage 4.5v and 6v from a battery case.
After takening into account of some of the ideas posted I got a new case for 4xaas.
the diagram wiring looks like this

anyone know anyway I can get 2 voltage simulataniously from this battery pack?
Where do i solder the wires ty?
 

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Connect this way......................



Regards KAK
 

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If you want to have constant 4.5V and 6V from battery, you need power management IC to regulate the voltage.
Battery voltage will drop as it run out of energy.
 

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ty kak111 it works.
Not really worried about constant power.
As long as it works.
 

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