Description: Here is a very simple breadboard power supply kit that takes power from a DC wall wart and outputs a selectable 5V or 3.3V regulated voltage. The .1" headers are mounted on the bottom of the PCB for simple insertion into a breadboard. Pins labeled VCC and GND plug directly into the power lines. The lone pair of pins have no electrical connection but help support the PCB.
There are two pins available within the barrel jack footprint. Any stripped +/- DC supply can be connected instead of the barrel connector. Board has both an On/Off switch and a voltage select switch (3.3V/5V).
Comes as a bag of parts kit and is easily assembled if you can follow the silkscreen indicators and have beginning experience with a soldering iron. You will need to read the resistor bands or use a multimeter to determine the resistor sizes.
Based on 8 ratings:
Super easy to assemble and provides either 3.3V or 5V to the power rails on your bread board. You’ll lose a bit of breadboard real estate in order to properly support the module, but it’s pretty easy to deal with. Breadboards are modular!
Modify the lone pair of pins that have no connection (NC)to have a direct connection to the DC from the wall wart.
Add another product that has the exact part count except for the circuit board and the switches.
I would then order the first for breadboarding and the second for any projects that I build after that.
Been playing around with a Pickit 3 for a while, always have programming issues. Ran a voltmeter across the powers and discovered Pickit 3 doesn’t always supply the best voltages. Bought this little guy, shipping was a bit pricey for being USPS, especially for a kit and coming from Colorado to Nebraska. After assembly and a couple more hours of banging head on table, I was finally able to program my PICs without problems. So proud of myself!
Works great so far!
more time spent playing with circuits, less time worrying about power conditioning!
It was easy to assemble and does what it is designed to do.
Works as advertised. Easy to assemble. Was missing the 330 Ohm resistors and one switch was faulty so I could only get 5V out of it.