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Addicore  |  SKU: AD453

Breadboard Power Supply Module

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This is the same Breadboard Power Supply Module included in our Breadboard Prototyping AddiKit. It has been a hit so we decided to offer it as a separate item.

Product Contents:

  • 1 - Breadboard Power Supply Module (style may vary from picture above)

  • Includes two-way independent control and can be switched to 0V, 3.3V, and 5V
  • Barrel Jack Input voltage: 6.5V-12V DC, Center Positive
  • USB Jack:
    • Input voltage: 5V
    • Output voltage: 5V (when module is powered through barrel jack)
  • Output voltage: 3.3V, 5V DC
  • Output current: 700mA
  • Includes two sets of 3.3V, 5V DC output pins that connect to an attached breadboard's power rails
Recommendations For Use:

  • Use a USB wall adapter, such as one used to charge a cell phone, to power the module
  • The 5V output of the module does not have any overcurrent protection between it and the 5V line of the USB jack, therefore we recommend using wall adapters to power the module through the USB connector because most standard USB wall adapters include built-in overcurrent protection
  • The USB jack can be used as a power output when powering the module though the input barrel jack (ex: you can attach an Arduino's USB cable to the USB jack on the power module and use the power module to power the Arduino); the total cumulative current drawn from the USB jack and the breadboard power rails must not exceed 700mA
  • IMPORTANT: it is not recommended to power the module using a computer's USB port. Any overcurrent or short on the 5V line could potentially damage the computer