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Breadboard 3.3v/5v Power Supply Module

$2.99

Breadboard 3.3v/5v Power Supply Module

$2.99

What is the Breadboard 3.3v/5v Power Supply Module – Powering up the micro:bit is easy, connect up the USB cable that comes with the micro:bit to the computer and walaa……there you go. But when using a breadboard and other electronic components, how do you power up all of them up? With the Breadboard 3.3v/5v Power Supply Module you can now power up the your electronic projects, wire up all the relevant sensors, switches, etc. to your breadboard and power them up using the Breadboard 3.3v/5v Power Supply Module.

This module comes with DC-005(2.1mm x 5.5mm) socket, 6.5v to 12v DC input, compatible with most power adapter. It can be powered with USB input, can input from computer or 5v power supply. You can also power the board using a Micro USB input, can connect to the most mobile phone charger. Output voltages of 3.3V and 5.0V can selected by jumper cap. Two way power supply independent output.

This kit comes with – 1 x 3.3v/5v Power Supply Module

Please note that this does not come with a BBC micro:bit or a breadboard. You will have to purchase each of them separately.

11 in stock (can be backordered)

Description

What is the Breadboard 3.3v/5v Power Supply Module – Powering up the micro:bit is easy, connect up the USB cable that comes with the micro:bit to the computer and walaa……there you go. But when using a breadboard and other electronic components, how do you power up all of them up? With the Breadboard 3.3v/5v Power Supply Module you can now power up the your electronic projects, wire up all the relevant sensors, switches, etc. to your breadboard and power them up using the Breadboard 3.3v/5v Power Supply Module.

Here’s some of the features of the Breadboard 3.3v/5v Power Supply Module  –

  1. Breadboard power supply module kit for 170 point, 400 point, 830 point Breadboard, BBC MIcro:bit, Arduino, Raspberry Pi.
  2. Comes with DC-005(2.1mm x 5.5mm) socket, 6.5v to 12v DC input, compatible with most power adapter.
  3. Can be powered with USB input, can input from computer or 5v power supply.
  4. Can also be powered with Micro USB input, can connect to the most mobile phone charger.
  5. Output voltages of 3.3V and 5.0V can selected by jumper cap. Two way power supply independent output. [Be careful of the voltages you choose for your circuits]
  6. Weight: 11.2g(0.028lb)
  7. Size: 52x31mm(2.44×0.98×0.39in)

This kit comes with – 1 x 3.3v/5v Power Supply Module

Please note that this does not come with a BBC micro:bit or a breadboard. You will have to purchase each of them separately.

What is the BBC Micro:bit : The BBC MicroBit (also referred to as BBC micro:bit) is an open source hardware ARM-based embedded system designed by the BBC for use in computer education in the UK. The BBC micro:bit was first announced on the launch of BBC’s Make It Digital campaign on 12 March 2015 with the intent of delivering 1 million devices to pupils in the UK. Here’s some of what’s packed into micro:bit –

  1. The micro:bit is half the size of a credit card and has an ARM Cortex-M0 processor
  2. The micro:bit comes along with an accelerometer and magnetometer sensors
  3. The micro:bit offers Bluetooth and USB connectivity
  4. Also embedded into the micro:bit front face is a display consisting of 25 LEDs and two programmable buttons

The micro:bit can be powered by either USB or an external battery pack. The device inputs and outputs are through five ring connectors that form part of a larger 23-pin edge connector. As a pocket-sized computer the BBC micro:bit is approximately 70 times smaller and 18 times faster than the original BBC Micro computers used in schools. It has 25 red LED lights that can flash eye catching messages and be used to create challenging games. The two programmable buttons on the micro:bit can be used to control games or pause and skip songs on a playlist. The accelerometer on the micro:bit can detect motion and knows when you’re on the move so you can use it to create a pedometer or even an interactive game that detects motion. The built-in compass knows which direction you’re heading in and it can use a low energy Bluetooth connection to interact with other devices and the Internet.

Development Tracks & Tutorials – If you are keen to start programming with the BBC micro:bit we have you covered. We offer a range of FREE development tracks and tutorials through our digital Learning Management System (LMS) at KidzCanCode.  Our FREE development tracks and tutorials let you get started with block based programming, python programming, game development of even the fundamentals of electronics using the BBC micro:bit. Here’s a list of the development tracks and tutorials on offer. Check out the KidzCanCode website to learn more.

  1. Exploring coding concepts using the BBC micro:bit – I
  2. Exploring coding concepts using the BBC micro:bit – II
  3. Exploring coding concepts using the BBC micro:bit – III
  4. Introduction to electronics using the BBC micro:bit – I
  5. Introduction to electronics using the BBC micro:bit – II
  6. Design interactive games using the BBC micro:bit
  7. Introduction to MicroPython using the BBC micro:bit
  8. Kitronik Inventors kits for the BBC micro:bit

Please use the contact us form to drop us a note with ideas for tutorials and development tracks. We are always looking for ideas and constructive input. Alternatively you can reach us at oztoylib@hack2.live.

Additional information

Weight0.015 kg
Dimensions6 × 3 × 3 cm

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