I came across a DZ075 power supply. It says it is +24.0V/3.0A. Can that be used with a breadboard? Or do I have to get it to 3.3V or 5V before I plug into the breadboard. In other words, can it be plugged into the board then make it 5volts or before?
I took the cover off and found there are 8 pins. The last three are +24V, the middle three say ground, GND, and the first two are not connected, but the pins available and say +5v.
I do not wish to be electrocuted or destroy stuff.
Edit: Here is a picture:
Edit: Could I move the connector all the way over to the left? It would be connecting two 5V, three GND, and one 24V (the connector is only six connections).
Edit: I'm not sure I should use it. The amps are high. From this calculator, http://circuitcalculator.com/wordpress/2007/09/20/wire-parameter-calculator/ it looks like my 23AWG wire is too small.