No, as long as they are parallel to the voltage source they will all have the same voltage across them.I guess I was not paying attention, of course it would be a/c to d/c. If the power needed is about 10 amps, and I can get a 10 amp supply, would it work? Will there be any voltage drop as I plug in each piece?
A quality power supply that is rated to provide at least 60 Watts (6V times 10A) should be able to power the 10A load with no appreciable drop in voltage at full load. You may be better served by getting a 75 to 100 Watt 6V power supply just to provide a bit of margin.I guess I was not paying attention, of course it would be a/c to d/c. If the power needed is about 10 amps, and I can get a 10 amp supply, would it work? Will there be any voltage drop as I plug in each piece?
It should prove more than adequate. You will definitely want to introduce some circuit protection measures since the output from this supply can easily take out all of the bulbs in your display in one brilliant flash of light.RE: power supply, will this be good? Input: 115V AC, 60Hz, 500 watts, output: 6~15V DC (adjustable)
22 Amp constant, 25 Amp surge
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