7-42VDC to USB Supply/Charger
Having to use a Raspberry Pi and other USB Devices in an electronics production environment where 5V isn’t standard, I have noticed a lack of power supplies capable of fitting in. A unit had to be designed to fit into systems where 12V & 24V are the norm or where batteries / solar panels etc are the only supply method available.
Using only high performance parts, a solution was prototyped to meet this criteria. Only a few tweaks are needed to improve spacings, add mounting holes and to make the board completely production ready. The unit has a tiny form factor, only 56×21.5mm, meaning it is small enough to travel around with you.
Battery powered robots, adapting an old 9 or 12V wall charger, powering your Arduino / Raspberry pi in-car project, a simple and easy solution is here.
The power supply has been designed to power/charge the following devices:
– Raspberry Pi
– Arduino Boards
– Mobile Phones
– Other 5V USB Devices up to 2A constant draw
The power supply is constructed using high quality parts, to ensure long life and great stability in your application:
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