This is my first attempt at working with electronics so sorry for the potentially stupid question!
For my A-Level Product Design project I am making a digital photo frame with built in bluetooth speakers. I am using a Raspberry Pi as the controller for the photo frame and plan to use a bluetooth amp for the speakers.
I need my product to use a mains power supply, however I don't know how to split a single mains cable to 2 separate devices on the inside of my product.
From research I have found that the Raspberry Pi needs 2.5A "Recommended PSU current capacity" and 5.1V Power supply (I wish I knew what this meant). Since I have no idea what i'm doing, I am yet to order the bluetooth amp until I know for sure which will work.
My question is; How do I split a mains power between two devices, and do I need to order a bluetooth amp with the same statistics as the Raspberry Pi?
Any help is much appreciated, Ollie