Breadboard Power Supply 3.3V or 5V
Breadboard Power Supply 3.3V or 5V - See this cool little thing? This Breadboard Power Supply will make the best out of your standard breadboard! Using its built-in voltage regulator, it can convert a 6.5-12V input from a DC power jack or a 5V USB to standard 3.3V or 5V. You can select the voltage mode using a jumper cap on-board. Additionally, It has a reverse-polarity protection series diode that will prevent your components from burning. It is also small enough to fit all standard breadboards available in the market.
People Also Ask:
Q1: What do breadboards do?
Ans: A breadboard is a piece of plastic with holes for connecting and plugging in various electronic parts. Long "strips" of holes can be found here. Both bus strips and terminal strips are present on each breadboard. A power supply can be connected to the board and its electronic components using bus strips.
Different electronic components can be plugged into and connected to one another using terminal strips. The electronic components that you plug in are connected inside by metal strips. You can utilize the electronic circuit that is created by these connections to control any of your electronic creations.
Q2: Why do people use breadboards?
Ans:A breadboard can be used for any project involving electronic circuitry. They are simple to connect to devices like batteries, light-emitting diode (LED) lights, and Arduino-compatible microcontrollers.
For electronics projects that require assembly outside of a fully stocked electronics workshop, breadboards are employed. You can build an electronic circuit without soldering or doing anything other than plugging items in because a board's internal workings already provide connections between the electronic components.
They work wonderfully for any electronic circuit that you want to use temporarily, like a prototype or test project. You can swap components around on the breadboard or try something different if you make a mistake or want to tweak something. Because of this, breadboards are fantastic for tasks like prototyping, testing, and any novice electronics projects.
Q3: What Kinds of Breadboards Are There?
Ans: Knowing what kind of breadboard you require is essential before beginning any breadboard project. Solder boards and solder-less breadboards are the two main categories of breadboards.
An actual soldering iron must be used to attach electronic components to a solder board. For permanent projects that need to withstand being installed or used repeatedly, solder boards are preferable. The type of breadboard you'll use for the majority of Thimble.io projects is a solder-less board, which is the plastic board we've been talking about. Using this kind of breadboard eliminates the need for soldering while connecting and disconnecting electronic components.
Breadboard sizes are yet another feature. Both kinds of boards are available in a range of sizes, from extremely small ones for tiny projects to larger ones that allow you to design vast, complicated circuits and provide you with a lot of workspaces.
- Two type Power Supply Option: 3.3V / 5V
- The power source could from a mini USB or external power supply (barrel jack)
Inclusions: 1 x Breadboard Power Supply 3.3V or 5V