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This is the basic LD1117V33 voltage regulator, a low drop positive regulator with a 3.3V fixed output voltage. This fixed regulator provides a great amount of stability and protection for your project and with its on chip trimming this regulator is able to reach an output voltage tolerance within ±1%. Each one of these voltage regulators can output a max current of 800mA.
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This turned my 5v into 3.3v! As expected, of course.
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Here is an easy to use constant 3.3 volts It's useful to power a newer CPU board and a herd of sensors. Except for a pin swap, it is as easy to use as the 7805. Recommended.