XD-42 5V/3.3V Dual Channel Solderless Breadboard Power Supply Module
- Product SKU: KG124
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DescriptionThe Dual Channel Breadboard Power Supply Module is small and compact. It can make your project easy and portable and you will not need to carry bulky power supplies with you. The module comes with a series diode, polarity reversal protection. The two-channel module can take DC 7V to 12V input through DC (Black ) Jack and can produce 3.3V and +5V on each separate channel.
The Power Supply Module Kit is a recessed design, completely without wasting breadboard space. It is having an onboard Mini USB port to take input to the module. It also has an indicator LED to show power On/Off status and Voltage switching (between 3.3v or 5V ) button for switching the output voltage on the breadboard on both channels. It is a must-have product in your DIY kit for experimenters who have to test/prototype electronic circuits on a breadboard.
This XD-42 5V/3.3V power supply module for the standard breadboard is a concave design that will not waste your proto zone. This breadboard power shield supports a Mini USB power supply and power jack 7-12V supply. There are two independent power optional: 5V/3.3V. With this board, you can send power to both power lanes of the breadboard, and each side has an on/off switch.
- Locking On/Off Switch
- Green LED Power Indicator
- Voltage Swapping Switch on both rail Channel
- Its concave design will not waste your proto zone.
- Easy to install on a breadboard with Compact portable size
- Input Voltage Range: 6.5V – 12V
- Output Voltage(V) : 3.3/5 (Adjustable)
- Length × Width × Height(mm) : 53 × 36 × 14
- Weight (gm) : 10
Decent quality---very handy, this has better filter caps than some of the others
Unlike some other voltage regulator power adapters I've purchase, these actually work well.
I had to scrounge a bit through my stuff to find a Mini USB (Mini-B plug) connector, but that's a small price to pay for a working unit. I have not tested via the 2.1 barrel connector yet. Switches on the board allow a choice of 3.3 and/or 5-volt output per rail. The yellow jumper headers output 3.3 on the left, 5v on the right, whatever the switch positions. Red LED indicates 'on'.There are some parts of the board that look like they could use some cleaning to remove flux.
Exactly as described.