There are a number of kits available (for example sparkfun's Breadboard Power Supply USB - 5V/3.3V and Breadboard Power Supply 5V/3.3V or Adafruit's Adjustable breadboard power supply kit - v1.0) but ...
This is a very niche question but I'm wondering if there is a general princinal that can be applied to help answer it. Here is my prediciment. I am making an Arduino on a breadboard. For the power ...
I've recently become quite interested in building small breadboard computers. I've been reading a site that seems to be aimed for beginners, that builds a simple breadboard computer using the 6502 and ...
I'm toying with the idea of putting together a switching power supply (my first), using something like the LT1076-5 or the LM2576 controller ICs. These ICs have low external parts counts, and a ...