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The Breadboard Power Supply Module is a compact and convenient power solution designed for breadboards. It provides regulated DC voltage outputs, typically 3.3V and 5V, which can be used to power various electronic components and circuits. The module features input voltage selection, power indicator LEDs, and a built-in USB port for easy connectivity. With its compact size and easy-to-use design, the Breadboard Power Supply Module is ideal for prototyping, testing, and powering small-scale electronic projects.

      Breadboard Power Supply Module (MB102)

      SKU: 144
      ₹200.00 Regular Price
      ₹120.00Sale Price
      • Specification

        • Input Voltage: 6.5V to 12V DC (typically provided via a DC barrel jack or USB)
        • Output Voltage: Selectable outputs of 3.3V and 5V DC
        • Maximum Output Current: Typically 700mA to 1A, depending on the specific module variant
        • Input Voltage Selection: Jumper or switch to select the input voltage source
        • Power Indicators: LEDs to indicate power status for both 3.3V and 5V outputs
        • Built-in USB Port: Allows powering external devices or charging USB-compatible devices
        • Dimensions: Varies depending on the specific module design


        • Identify the input voltage requirement of the Breadboard Power Supply Module (e.g., 6.5V to 12V DC) and ensure you have an appropriate power source.
        • If using a DC barrel jack, connect the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals of the power source to the corresponding terminals on the module.
        • If using the USB port, connect a USB cable from a suitable power source (e.g., computer, USB charger) to the USB port on the module.
        • Confirm the input voltage selection (via jumper or switch) matches the voltage of your power source.
        • Insert the module into the breadboard, aligning the pins with the breadboard's power rails.
        • Connect the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals of the Breadboard Power Supply Module to the appropriate power rails on the breadboard.
        • Confirm the power indicator LEDs light up, indicating the availability of power for both the 3.3V and 5V outputs.
        • Connect your electronic components or circuits to the breadboard, utilizing the regulated 3.3V and 5V outputs from the module as needed.
        • Ensure proper wiring and connections between the module, breadboard, and components for a reliable power supply.
        • Verify that the powered components or circuits are functioning correctly.
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