A simple multiconnector Adapter Box to hopefully fulfil all connection needs.Designed by dangrie158, Ships from Germany
What is it? A simple multi-connector Adapter Box to hopefully fulfil all connection needs. It features 2 Channels (e.g. +/-) and the following connectors: 1x 5.5mm / 2.1mm DC-Jack (center positive)...Read More…
A simple multi-connector Adapter Box to hopefully fulfil all connection needs. It features 2 Channels (e.g. +/-) and the following connectors:
1x 5.5mm / 2.1mm DC-Jack (center positive) 1x USB-A 1x Phoenix Contact MKDSN Screw Terminals (0.2" / 5.08mm Pitch) 4x (2 per Channel) 4mm Banana Jack 4x (2 per Channel) 6.3mm Spade Terminal Connector 2x (1 per Channel) 5.5mm / 6.3mm Contact Point (e.g. for Crocodile Clips) 1x BNC (vertical mounting) 12x (6 per Channel) Female Pinheader (0.1" / 2,57mm Pitch) 12x (6 per Channel) Male Pinheader (0.1" / 2,57mm Pitch) 1x Power LED The Power LED is driven by an LM334 constant current source that can handle up to 40V and 20V in reverse polarity. If you plan on going any higher, don't populate the components.
I've seen the great Monsieur Adaptateur on an old EEVBlog Mailbag. Sadly this Product is retired, so I decided to design my own.
I actually got a lot of great design input from the EEVBlog Forum Post, so thanks to everyone that helped there!
Well, I never noticed how often I cobbled adapter together or crimped special cables for my different quick use-cases. However, if you just want to quickly connect power to anything with your Lab-Power supply or via a standard 5mm DC-jack, or banana post, or alligator clips, etc... (You get the idea, right) you don't always want to stop doing what you currently do and "waste" another set of connectors.
Since I have 2 of those boxes in my lab I honestly did not finish any project without at least using this box once.
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Tom | Feb. 20, 2019
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my name is Daniel Grießhaber and I'm a Computer Science M.Sc. and hobby electronics enthusiast.
Ever since my childhood, I taught myself the concepts of programming before finally starting my study at the Stuttgart Media University. Since this experience was so great, I actually never (well, up until now) left and so I'm currently working as a research associate in the SANDRA Project while working on my PhD at the Institute for Natural Language Processing at the University of Stuttgart.
Around 2012 I (re-)discovered my passion for electronics and with my newly gained programming skills, I enjoy bridging the gap between software and the physical world ever since.
When I do not start a new project which probably will never be finished in my free-time I like to go bouldering and cycling.