Power Supply Voltage Regulator 3.3V and 5V, 1A for Prototyping Bread Boards
This Power Supply board needs an input voltage of 5-12V DC (max. 15V), like a 9V battery, for example. It has 3.3V and 5V outputs, selectable for each of the 2 power lanes. So you can have 3.3V on one lane, and 5V on the other one. Extremely convenient if you work with mixed logic level devices.
This new version Bread Board Power Supply Module comes with a Mini USB input, instead of the cumbersome USB-A type of the older version.
The max. output current per voltage is 1A (combined over both lanes).
The output current depends on the input voltage and can be up to
750mA @ 3.3V and 1A @ 5V when powered with 5V
250mA @ 3.3V and 375mA @ 5V when powered with 9V
100mA @ 3.3V and 150mA @ 5V when powered with 15V
This module fits perfectly on standard solderless bread boards.