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  • posted bysx123 on 01/25/2016

    Worked OK with DC6V power pack. I could not find any cable that fits to the module's USB connector to power the module with my PC's USB port. It would need a Male-Male raptor (e.g. SKU: 255253) and a USB extension cable (Type-A Female-Male) to connect to a PC. I wonder why the module does not or... Read more

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  • posted bymneoud on 12/22/2014

    Very pleased i bought this module. It certainly is worth the money. You have the possibility to use a power-adpter or get the power from the USB connector. It also can be easily changed to 3.3V or 5V by means of the jumper settings. If you need one buy it. You can't go wrong. Con's: A simple have... Read more

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  • posted byedilakes2 on 07/07/2014

    Most of the time you can plug directly to the AC with any usb or old mobile charger and you get a very nice 3.3V hard to get any other way for your DIY projects As many DIY parts, it comes wihout any literature, no instrucionts or connection diagrams. Most of the times, the buyer is an expert or... Read more

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  • posted bypmmora on 09/14/2013

    Can be powered from aof DC power supplies or USB source. I used it with a standard 12VDC source. Very well finished. All terminals and jumpers are identified with very clear self explanatory printings in the board. Excellent fit into breadboard powering both lines at the same time. User can with... Read more

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  • posted byronaldpatino on 07/12/2013

    Fits just perfect in a small project board, power sources are independent, it means you can have 5v and 3.3 v at the same time and also you can power a usb device. I am using a 9v power source and it works just fine the output voltage is always consistent. I am using the usb to power an arduino a... Read more

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  • posted bylgnd33 on 06/10/2013

    Fits perfectly into standard breadboards and provides few power options (5v and 3.3v) Voltage is fairly stable. I like additional power pins (jumper style). Packaging was very poor and power adapter came in with most of the pins bent, which took a bit of effort to straighten out. Also, pins bag a... Read more

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  • posted bygigamegawatts on 06/01/2013

    Has all the features that I need for electronics projects: 3.3v and 5v outputs, USB output, on/off switch. Can switch between 3.3/5v/off independently on either end of the board Adds extra 4 ground and 4 voltage pins on topside of the board, making it usable for non-breadboard projects too None I... Read more

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