If you're sick of hunting around for a power source for your breadboard projects I feel your pain. If you want the simplest, smallest, and most convenient power module here's the solution. Plug in ...Read More…
If you're sick of hunting around for a power source for your breadboard projects I feel your pain. If you want the simplest, smallest, and most convenient power module here's the solution.
Plug in a USB cable to your computer or phone charger, select 3.3V or 5V, and it's time to Make while your pals are still trying to figure out how to wire that 9V battery to a 7805.
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Hi, my name is Mike Shimniok, author of the Bot Thoughts robotics blog (www.bot-thoughts.com). I've been building electronic circuits since 1985 and robotics since 2007. I hold a BS in Computer Engineering, from University of Arizona and an MS in Systems Engineering, from The George Washington University.