Electronics developers, hobbyists and makers looking for a versatile, breadboard power supply, might be interested in a new piece of hardware created by Dimitri Synodinos. The new breadboard power supply is capable of offering your projects juice from a variety of power sources and allows you to set different voltages for each rail on your breadboard whether it be 3.3V, 5V, or anywhere between 1.2V and 21V. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the breadboard power supply which is now available to back via Kickstarter with pledges starting from just $9 or roughly £6 for early bird backers.
The breadboard power supply is capable of powering your projects in three different ways either from a mini USB, micro USB, or any power supply offering 7v-12v. There are two ports on the BreadPower with one stepping up the voltage to 21V, and the other stepping down the ‘Vmax’ voltage from 1.2V up to 21V. If all goes well Dimitri is expecting to start shipping out the assembled PCB boards during June 2018 and worldwide shipping is available.
For more information, full specifications and a list of all available pledges jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page by following the link below. Dimitri hopes to raise just over $4000 over the next 45 days to help take the project into production.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: DIY Projects, Hardware, Top News