ALAMSCN 3.3V 5V MB102 Solderless Breadboard Power Supply Module with 9V Battery Clip Power Cable 2.1x 5.5mm Male DC Jack Plug for Arduino (Pack of 3)
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MB102 Solderless Breadboard Power Supply Module
Come with 9V Battery Clip Power Cable
Breadboard Power Supply Module
Apply to MB102 breadboard
3.3V 5V Output
Two ports of power output. You can switch the power voltage of both ports between 3.3V and 5V by the jumper cap
Power Indicator & ON / OFF Switch
There is a green LED to indicate the presence of power, and an ON / OFF latching switch to control the power to the board
with 9V Battery Clip Power Cable
9V Battery Snap Power Cable T-type 5.5×2.1mm connector.Cable Length: About 11cm, Total length: 16.5cm.15cm stripped and tinned leads, 1 red and 1 black for easy identification and soldering.Snap-on terminal connector for 9-volt battery or for DIY projects.
3.3V 5V MB102 Solderless Breadboard Power Supply Module
Locking ON / OFF SwitchLED Power IndicatorInput Voltage: 6.5 V to 12 V (DC)Output Voltage: 3.3 V / 5 V DCMaximum Output Current: 700 mAPower Rails 0 V, 3.3 V, 5 V on BreadboardTwo Groups of Header PinsSize: 5.3 cm × 3.2 cm
Package Includes: 3 X MB102 Breadboard Power Supply Module Package Includes: 3 X 9V Battery Clip Power Cable
12V is the voltage limit. If you use an AD-DC adapter, you’re recommended to use 9V in case of unsteady voltage which may burn the board. You can buy an AC-DC adapter with a 5.5mm/2.1mm plug and 9V or 12V power supply.
Be sure to orient the module correctly on the breadboard, + for the red line, – for the blue line. It is easy to mount it on the wrong end.
Do not connect both a DC power plug and powered USB at the same time or damage may result.
The module input is 6.5V-12V. If the input 5V is not 5V, the input and output of the voltage regulator chip will have a voltage difference, otherwise it will not work.
There is a green LED to indicate the presence of power, and an ON / OFF latching switch to control the power to the board.
The input voltage through the barrel socket must be between 6.5 V and 12 V. Hence, if you wish to use it to its maximum capability you will need to remain in that range. This is a non-adjustable fixed power supply model, which is good enough for most applications.
Maximum output current to be 700 mA. However, it is probably better to use much lower voltages and current to be on the safe side in case you make a mistake on your breadboard circuit.
With 9V battery snap power cable T-type 5.5×2.1mm connector.
How to use: This is a plug-in power supply and the headers below the board simply plug-in to the breadboard. Once plugged in, the voltage rails to both sides on the breadboard then provide power. You then use the yellow jumpers to select the voltage levels required. This is a dual output 3.3 V, 5 V regulated board and you can have either voltage on either rail on the breadboard, which is very useful.