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LiPo Booster, a breadboard-friendly boost converter board based on TPS61230

Posted on Tuesday, August 5th, 2014 in DIY by DP

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Jianan Li made this LiPo Booster project, that is available at Github:

LiPo Booster is a breadboard-friendly boost converter board based on the TPS61230 IC from Texus Instrument. It has an output voltage of 5V, and is designed to be used with a single cell LiPo battery.

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One Response to “LiPo Booster, a breadboard-friendly boost converter board based on TPS61230”

  1. Ah yes, gotta love Texus Instrument.

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