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Old 08-03-2018, 03:56 PM   #1
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Hey, so I was thinking of making a circuit with two solenoids in it and was wondering how I can do that while using one dc power supply of 12v 3 amps. Each solenoid requires 12v 1 amp so I was wondering if there was some sort of adapter or something like that to fix this problem?
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Hey, so I was thinking of making a circuit with two solenoids in it and was wondering how I can do that while using one dc power supply of 12v 3 amps. Each solenoid requires 12v 1 amp so I was wondering if there was some sort of adapter or something like that to fix this problem?
Thanks,

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