Micro:bit - food

In our offer in the category of “Microbit - Power” you will find a large assortment of power supplies having respective power parameters for Your tile development Micro:bit. To buy a reliable power source, it is very important not to damage the tiles - choosing suitable power supply from our range, you are guaranteed complete satisfaction and maximum security. Module Micro:bit can run from battery or microUSB. The voltage should be 5 V, and the current value of 2.5 A and 3 A.

Microbit - Food

Our offered power packs are perfect as food for the tile Micro:bit, as in the situation where you have also a Raspberry Pi Board - any power supply from this category is also suitable for safe use mini-computer Raspberry Pi. Power supplies of this type can also be used for charging mobile devices, however they may differ from the original chargers. That's why before using the device in this case, carefully check which input parameters is the device you want to use. If the power supply from this category exceed these values, or you have any doubts, do not connect it because Your equipment may be irreversible damage or even lead to battery explosion.

Food should be adapted to the device

Proper nutrition logic is the basis of their normal work. Too low a value of voltage or current can cause device does not start at all or will run much slower. And a too high value of these parameters may cause a fire some components, which can often result in irreversible damage to the entire device.

What power supplies we offer in this category?

In this section we provide the charger with the values of 5 V or 5.1 V, and the current values of 2.5 A or 3 A. the Power supply units is available in the colors black or white, and each of them works with standard Russian frescoes connectors (input voltage: AC 100 - 240V / 50-60 Hz), transforming AC to DC. To use the machine correctly, it is necessary for safety, check the condition of the cable throughout its length (you should be looking for, first of all, insulation defects, and then connect one end to your telephone wall Jack and the other end to the microUSB connector.