Modules with voltage regulators for power electronic circuits.
Converter step-up with an output voltage of 5 V and a maximum current of 1200 mA. Is supplied with the voltage from 2 V to 5 V. the Output is a USB connector, thanks to this, the system can be used as a charger for mobile phones.
The module is equipped with linear regulators with an output voltage of 3.3 V and 5 V. It is supplied with the voltage of 6 V to 12 V via the DC socket. Onboard there is a switch and the status indicator for the power connection.
Power module for breadboards, has a built-in pulse converter 5 V / 2 A. The input voltage from 8 V to 18 V can be connected using the connectors: DC 2.1/2.5 mm or crocodile clips. Output voltage: 5 V / 2 A and 3.3 V / 0.8 A, which can be turned off using the button.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter is used to power the network devices via the popular twisted-pair. It is useful in a situation when connecting power supply is difficult or impossible. The set includes two devices, one with plug, second one with a DC 5.5 x 2.1 mm socket.
LiPo PWM is an extension for Raspberry Pi mounted directly on the GPIO connector of the minicomputer. The device has JST 2.0 mm 2-pin connectors for connecting the reachargeable battery Li-Pol or Li-Ion to power the Raspberry Pi. This extension is not a charger.
The module of pulse step-up converter for mobile projects. It is powered with a battery LiPol 1S 3.7 V or LiIon, it can provide a stable output voltage with value of 5.2 V and current delivery of up to 1 A. It also has a built-in charger LiPol 1 A and monitor of the state of charge of the battery.
Module for connecting a mobile power source for Arduino. It allows you to power the microcontroller from any battery voltage from 3 V to 4.2 V or solar panel voltage from 4.8 V to 6 V. It provides a stable 5 V and a maximum current of 600 mA.
Connector allows you to connect the pinouts of the mini USB from the cable with connector type B to the breadboard. The module is suitable for a standard breadboard and connection cables, available in our store.
The module is designed with a think about the projects related to renewable energy and IoT. Has 5 power pin - ARK 12 V charging lead-acid batteries, 12 V of SHEETS, number of SHEETS 5 in and 2 USB voltage of 5 V. Working with solar panels with voltage 15 to 25 V.
Board with microUSB connector works as a power supply multiplexer. System FPF1320 allows you to choose which of the two sources will be connected to the target system. The module works with voltages of 1.5 - 5.5 V, allows the consumption of up to 1.5 A of current.
Charger single cell lipol 3.7 V, which can connect photoelectric sensor. The supply voltage ranges from 6 V to 20 V, the maximum current is 450 mA. The apparatus is equipped with a LT3652, which allows you to track the maximum power point.
A module that allows charging the battery Li-pol voltage 3.7 V using the supplied mini solar battery or the microUSB port and power device voltage of 3.3 V. the set includes a cable with JST connector to connect batteries and two double goldpin plugs and wires for przylutowania photovoltaic panels.
Board with a microUSB connector, which works as a power supply multiplexer. TPS2113A system automatically switches the source and blocks reverse current. It has an adjustable current limit with a maximum value of 2 A. Each input can apply voltage from 2.8 V to 5.5 V.
Board that allows you to power the Arduino module using the battery LiPol 1S 3.7 V Built-in transducer provides a stable voltage of 5 V. The system has a LiPol charger and monitor of the state of charging of the rechargeable battery.
Board with a wi-fi module ESP-12E and an LCD display 16 x 2, enabling remote control of power settings for a maximum of 15 V and 4 A of the connected device. The display shows parameters such as voltage, current, load and power consumption.