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micro voltage to voltage

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Ian Rogers

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Do you have any more information... What is the micro voltage source?? ie... Are you needing to read a tiny voltage like a load cell?? Or are you trying to generate a large voltage from a small voltage generator..
 

Ian Rogers

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Then you need to look at the current available.... A micro voltage won't have any discernible current..

So using the laws of electricity How much power do you need... Ie... If you need milli Watts it may be do-able.

3.3v at 10mA is 33mW..... 500uV would need a very large current..

What is this uV source??
 

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camerart

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Hi,

I saw this the other day, I don't know anything about it, but perhaps it's interesting: **broken link removed**

C.
 

Externet

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Microvolts is about what an antenna gets from radio waves and is converted to volts to drive a speaker. Not what the ebay link is about.
 
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