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converters and regulators

Master the voltage and power levels on your robot through this list of converters and regulators. Power consumption is always a crucial point when designing a robot.

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Provide some power to your electronic projects with this BreadBoard Power Supply 3.3V/1.8V. Easy to insert onto your breadboard power busses, it is both convenient and economical.

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Supply your low consumption circuit with this Power-Supply Stick 5V/3.3V. Can be directly plugged in the supply busses line.

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The Arduino-compatible LiPower board not only acts as a voltage-boosting converter for your lithium polymer battery, but can also serve as a buck-boost regulator or simply an energy harvester!

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The 2118 S7V8A Adjustable Voltage Regulator is a small Arduino-compatible module that will produce the output current you need depending on your project and your batteries’ charge level!

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Allows using 3.3V and 5V logic levels components in the same project

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Smoothy convert 3.3V to 5V I2C communications

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This DC-DC voltage converter transforms any DC voltage between 16 and 36V into a 9V voltage with a 5A maximal currant. It is verylight-weight, which is perfectly adapted to portable devices or mobile robots.

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This DC-DC power module can convert any DC voltage between 3.6 and 25V to another lower DC voltage.

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Here is a small yet very handy accessory for your breadboard contraptions. Works with many standard AC/DC converters.

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Supply easily and efficiency your BreadBoard with 5 or 3.3V directly from USB helped by this Power Supply module

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Recycle an old computer power supply into an efficient bench tool to power your projects? You can do it with the POW06271M ATX Breakout Board!

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Sunny Buddy: the Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) solar charger that will add a splash of sunshine to your rechargeable single-cell LiPo batteries!

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In order to power the WildThumper robot and to protect its electronic circuits

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In need of a power supply delivering a constant 5V output for your electronic projects? The Buck-Type Step-Down Converter proposed here by Adafruit is an alternative power source that’s not at risk of overheating!

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Switching from 5V to 3.3V and from 3.3V to 5V easily and rapidly to increase the range of devices compatible with your system has never been simpler – all you have to do is use the Bi-Directional Logic Level Converter by SparkFun!

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The Polulu voltage regulator is a buck converter generating fixed output voltages and currents, regardless of the input values.

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This analog voltage divider allows a 25V (max) voltage to be divided by 5. The output voltage is therefore 5V, making this module a great addition if you often work with Arduino boards!

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With the adjustable DC/DC power converter (1V–12V/1.5A), you no longer need to worry about using the right input voltage!

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The Grove Voltage Divider acts as an interface between your module and your Grove Base Shield, to measure an analogue voltage or divide an input voltage by 3 or 10.

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