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Old 04-23-2014, 06:31 PM
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You should. Like I said before, here I'm getting 0.4V on the +12V after the PSU is off. Wasn't sure that was enough to keep an LED lit and I don't know if your voltage is actually higher, but without a DMM we'll never know. But if I can get an LED to light up with only 0.4V and stay lit up, then we're on to something.
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