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 ===== Confetti003 Power Brick ===== ===== Confetti003 Power Brick =====
-To power the analog computer one needs positive and negative voltage. With the Mean Well 15W DKE15A-12” or the Mean Well 15W DKE15A-15” power module one can build an quite powerful power source. Both is possible ​12V and 15V.\\ +To power the analog computer ​[[analog_computer:​analog_computer_main|Confetti]] ​one needs positive ​(+12V) ​and negative ​(-12V) ​voltage ​and in between the common ground (COM). With the [[http://​www.meanwellusa.com/​productPdf.aspx?​i=98#​1|Mean Well 15W DKE15A-12]] or the [[http://​www.meanwellusa.com/​productPdf.aspx?​i=98#​1|Mean Well 15W DKE15A-15]] power module one can build an quite powerful power source. Both 12V and 15V is possible and works fine with the Confetti.\\ 
-An other possibility would be to build with two 9V  batteries the [[analog_computer:​9v_battery_supply|+9V and -9V Battery Supply]].\\ ​+ 
 +{{ :​analog_computer:​confetti003_powerbrick_2.jpg?​600 |}}\\ 
 +An other possibility would be to build out of two 9V  batteries the [[analog_computer:​9v_battery_supply|+9V and -9V Battery Supply]].\\ ​
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 +==== License ====
 +The Confetti003 Power Brick was designed by **Wolfgang Spahn** 2017-18.\\
 +It is licensed under a [[http://​creativecommons.org/​licenses/​by-nc-sa/​4.0/"​|Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License]].
 +<a rel="​license"​ href="​http://​creativecommons.org/​licenses/​by-nc-sa/​4.0/"><​img alt="​Creative Commons License"​ style="​border-width:​0"​ src="​https://​i.creativecommons.org/​l/​by-nc-sa/​4.0/​88x31.png"​ /></​a> ​