A PCB that delivers +5V and -5V to a breadboard from single USB supply, handy for analog circuitry.Designed by Custom Circuit Co. in Sweden
What is it? This is a handy device that fits perfectly on a breadboard. The purpose of this is to be able to power analog electronics which often require ±5V with this PCB you will be able to get ±5V…Read More…
This is a handy device that fits perfectly on a breadboard. The purpose of this is to be able to power analog electronics which often require ±5V with this PCB you will be able to get ±5V from a single micro usb cable. It uses an ICL7660CBAZ-T or an MAX660ESA depending on what's available.
It also features a on/off switch to quickly be able to turn off the circuitry. On top of that is has tabs on either side which are meant for quick access with alligator clips found on oscilloscope probes for ground. So when using an oscilloscope to probe the circuitry on the breadboard you will always have a handy place to attach the ground, forget having wires sticking up for that anymore.
Note that the -5V supply is only meant for around 20mA on ICL ic and around 50mA on the MAX ic both of which are plenty for most analog circuitry but keep that in mind.
This is the first version the next one will come with a USB-C connection instead of the micro usb.
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