Then don't disconnect the LED - and yes, I would imagine that is perfectly normal.kalaman said:Firstly, thanks you for help.
It works properly but I measure 60mA standby situation. It spends 60mA when i disconnect LED. Is it normal ?
Yes absolutely right. Because i remove the led electrolitic cap's voltage goes 11-12V.Hero999 said:Yes, there's nothing to control the maximum output voltage from this thing so fi you're not careful the capacitor will explode as it's maximum voltage rating will be exceeded.
You still haven't answered the question?.kalaman said:Hi Nigel. You are angry with me. I'm so sorry. But I supposed that something is wrong in my circuit. Maybe there might be an alternative circuit.
Imagine - 'energy can neither be created .....'kalaman said:My electronic knowledge is a little bad. So according me any circuit spends more watts when you use load. When you remove the load every circuit's standby current decreases. But this circuit surprised me in this case.
As a result i'm wrong. I will use this circuit with solar energy and any mA will be important for me.
This was just curiosity.
I won't remove the led forever.