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BREADBOARD POWER SUPPLY MODULE FOR ARDUINO

$6.95

25 in stock

Plug this Breadboard Power Supply Module directly into your railed breadboard and instantly get regulated 3.3V and 5V power on the rails! Also, it has output header pins for convenient external use (if you want to plug something directly into the power module without using a breadboard).
• Input Voltage : DC 6.5-12V;Output Voltage : DC 3.3V 5V
• Package Content : 1 x Power Supply Module
• Output Current: 700mA(Max)
• Total Size : 51 x 32 x 19mm / 2″ x 1.3″ x 0.75″ (L*W*H)

25 in stock

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SKU: PS-ARD-01 Category:

Description

This Breadboard Power Supply is your solution to powering your 3.3V and 5V breadboard electronics projects for quick and easy prototyping as well as circuit building. Power your projects by plugging in any standard DC Wall Adapter with a voltage between 6.5V and 12V. The Power Supply Module will then convert the 9V into 3.3V or 5V and output it into each side of your breadboard, giving power to your breadboard rails (the blue and red stripes at the edge of the breadboard labeled + and -). Move the Yellow jumpers left or right to select whether you’d like 5V or 3.3V on the left and right rails of your breadboard. The green LED indicator will light up when your power is on. Use the onboard button to turn your power supply on/off.

Specifications:

• Input Ports:
6.5V – 12V DC via 5.5mm x 2.1mm DC jack
5V USB
• Outputs (to bread-board):
Selectable GND, 3.3V, 5.5V DC (these outputs will be on the Blue and Red rails at the edges of your breadboard labeled + and -)
• Locking On/Off Switch
• Green LED Power Indicator
• 2 sets of Jumpers (used to select 5V, OFF, or 3.3V as the output on the left & right breadboard rails)
• Dimensions: 2.1″ x 1.4″
• Max Current:
750mA at 6.5-8V Supply
530mA at 9V Supply
380mA at 10V supply
300mA at 11V supply
250mA at 12V supply

* Arduino and Raspberry Pi Compatible (Select 5V for Arduino and 3.3V for Raspberry Pi)

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