Breadboard power supply roundup

Posted on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 in dev boards by Ian

Breadboards are a fast and easy way to prototype a circuit, and just about every hobby electronics biz has a power supply that’s supposed to fit a breadboard. IPenguin compared the designs from Seeed Studio, Adafruit Industries, and SparkFun.

What’s features are on your ideal breadboard power supply?

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One Response to “Breadboard power supply roundup”

  1. Stephen K. says:

    I have a breadboard with power supplies built in. Scrounged it out of a dumpster. +12, -12, +5. It does pay to dumpster dive.

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