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Shane Pelletier

Member Since: December 24, 2017

Country: Canada

  • I'm going to answer two questions for the price of one here since I'm not 100% sure what question you're actually asking. Hopefully one of my answers is the right one for your question :).

    From the hookup guide, schematic, and datasheet from the voltage regulator, it looks like the Qwiic Pro Micro board can be powered by 2.5V-6V. JP4 controls the voltage the microcontroller itself runs at, which in turn affects the voltages output by the IO pins. So, if you just want to power the board with 3.3V, you can do that without touching JP4. If you want to use the board with components that require 3.3V, you'd change JP4 to select the 3.3V setting.

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