Food is a very important part of any electronic equipment. The stability of the output voltage of the adapter and its current performance are often the success of the project and define its work. It is possible, however, to point out a significant issue which is of particular importance in prototypowaniu – the vast majority of electronic circuits uses a similar if not the same solutions in the field of power supply circuits. The design of the Converter or of the system of linear stabilizers for each prototype separately does not make sense – much quicker to act, work on the project if you follow the universal power supply available in our extensive range of products.
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.
With the increasing number of mobile devices available on the market, up the trunks of well as the number of chargers. Almost every car sold today is either a dedicated charging device (most likely USB), or, at least, with a corresponding micro-USB cable, or – increasingly – USB-C. Due to this, unused charger can also be used as a power source for your system. The problem, however, with connection – no USB connector (even in version przewlekanej), not suitable for the circumference of the location of the contact plates. Therefore, in our offer we have placed easy-to-use power modules that contains the USB port and solder pads for goldpinów, which easily can be inserted into the plate fixing. We also have a similar adapter other popular connectors, including the connector IDC10 adapter (this uses standard Kanda ISP connector for programming AVR microcontrollers) or ARK4.
For users of the contact plates, we have prepared a wide range of power modules, design and size are extremely facilitate the construction of layout prototypes and training. Thanks goldpinom mounted on the bottom side of the modules, these tiles are easy to connect to the power rails in a conventional contact plates – this solution saves a lot of time and is reduces the risk of errors, and a variety of input connectors allows to work with blocks of DC power, USB devices and computer. In the latter case, you only need to keep in mind to use with caution ports PC custom layouts and, in any case, one should examine the behavior and the system's power consumption to another power supply, before connecting it to the computer.
In our offer you will find also a big selection of converters pulsed DC/DC, which provide voltage conversion up (type converters step-up, also called boost) or down (step-down, in. tank). Some converters (buck-boost) can supply a certain output voltage (e.g. 5V DC) when used with any voltage in the supported layout and it can be both below and above the output voltage. This type of power modules is particularly appreciated wherever there is a need to use voltage source variable or uncertain parameters – for example, batteries or solar panels.