I'm working on a project which requires designing/building a mobile music performance setup. This means we will be using several different audio components, which are normally powered by ACtoDC power supplies, to be run from battery supply. There will be two DCtoDC converters to stabilise the voltage to 12v and 20v...but from there what I'm not sure of is whether we need to put controls in place for current?? and if so what is the best way to do so?
The specs for the power supplies are:
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