MOSFET Jr Arduino Shield allows you to control up to 30 VDC at several amps to power to devices with higher voltages and current than Arduino alone can supply. This could be something like:
Power Up to 30 VDC can be connected to a two-position terminal or 12 VDC through the Arduino's 2.1mm DC jack. Terminals allow easy connection to loads, and optional terminals allow quick connection for analog sensors that might be used to trigger loads.
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