Simple, small 5V regulator for your breadboard. Just add wall wart with Arduino-size 2.1mm DC jack.Designed by Bot Thoughts LLC in United States of America
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If you're sick of hunting around for a power source for your breadboard projects and want a simple, small, and convenient power module, well, I feel you. Here's the solution. After you solder in th...Read More…
If you're sick of hunting around for a power source for your breadboard projects and want a simple, small, and convenient power module, well, I feel you. Here's the solution.
After you solder in the pin headers, plug in a 6V - 12V power supply into the 2.1mm jack and it's time to start making stuff while your pals are still trying to figure out how to wire that 9V battery to a 7805.
The 1.5A version uses an ST Micro LD29150 (datasheet.pdf) featuring:
The 0.5A version uses an ST Micro LF50 (datasheet.pdf) featuring:
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