Battery Charger & Supply

MB102 Breadboard Power Supply Module 3.3V/5V For arduino Solderless Bread Board

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SKU: B94,D156,IMP50,Th20,KRT08+514,N167

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This

solderless

breadboard

Power

Supply

Module

makes

powering

your

prototype

a

snap.

With

a

standard

2.1mm

barrel

jack

you

can

power

it

with

a

9v

battery

using

a

snap-on

connector

or

a

wall-wart.

With

a

convenient

ON/OFF

button

switch

with

indicator

LED

you

don't

have

to

keep

plugging

in

and

unplugging

your

power

source.

The

rails

are

powered

separately

so

you

can

have

one

side

as

3.3v

and

the

other

as

5v.

There

is

also

an

off

position

for

the

jumper

to

break

the

circuit

and

not

power

the

rail

at

all.

The

board

has

a

2

x

4

group

of

male

headers

with

2

sets

for

3.3v

to

GND

and

2

sets

for

5v

to

GND.

One

of

our

favorite

features

is

the

USB-A

port

to

plug

in

your

USB

powered

dev

boards

like

an

Arduino.

This

gives

the

added

benefit

of

tying

the

breadboard

ground

to

the

dev

boards

ground

as

well.

There

is

a

nice

feature

set

in

this

little

board

and

it's

a

real

time

saver

for

a

power

supply

module.

Listing

is

for

1

breadboard

power

supply.

Breadboard

not

included.

class='font-size-24

mb-3'>Package

Includes

:

1

x

MB102

Breadboard

Power

Supply

Module

class='font-size-24

mb-3'>Specification

and

Features

: Breadboard

power

supply

module,

compatible

with

5V,

3.3V. Apply

to

MB102

breadboard Input

voltage:

6.5-12

V

(DC)

or

USB

power

supply Output

voltage:

3.3V/5V

can

switch

over Maximum

output

current:

<700

ma Fluctuation

two

road

independent

control,

can

switch

over

to

0

V,

3.3

V,

5

V On-board

two

groups

of

3.3V,

5V

DC

output

plug

pin,

convenient

external

lead

use. Size:

53

x

32

x

23

mm.

Based on 1 reviews

5

overall

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Zuhair - March 26, 2021

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