Open 7400 prize: Tautic Electronics uBoost battery voltage booster

Posted on Tuesday, September 4th, 2012 in 7400 contest, contest by DP

Tautic Electronics LLC donated 4 uBoost battery booster boards to the Open 7400 Competition. Get your entry in and this and other cool hardware can be yours.

These boards are based on the MAXIM MAX1724 Step-Up DC-DC Converter. They accept voltages from 0.8 to 5.5 VDC, and output 5V at 150mA maximum current. The board itself is in a small form factor of 1.5”x 0.5”.

A huge thanks to Tautic Electronics LLC for sponsoring the 2012 Open 7400 Logic Competition!

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