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Simple power supply to a symetric power supply

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Hi people,

Maybe you can help me.

I have a power supply that works in 0V until 5V. Do you know anything where I can use to transform it in a symetric power supply like -5V until 5V?

thanks
 

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Hi people,

Maybe you can help me.

I have a power supply that works in 0V until 5V. Do you know anything where I can use to transform it in a symetric power supply like -5V until 5V?

thanks

I think you got have two of those single polarity supplies and,
then you'll have to connect both their ground wire together to get a dual polarity supply..
 

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