Introduction: Arduino Power Supply

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Step 1: Parts

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1. 1 9volt battery

2. 1 9volt battery connector

3. 1 connector

Step 2: Soldering

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Solder the connector to the 9v clip

Step 3: Finished Product

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Enjoy

Comments

simonfosterid (author)2014-07-19

There is also a "Vin' port which can accept voltages it's on the power terminal block, it also goes through the regulator ;)

Ian helms (author)simonfosterid2014-07-24

last time I tried that it got warm

simonfosterid (author)Ian helms2014-07-25

Perhaps use a 9v battery, I can run mine for more than 4hours and I have tested the power regulator with an oscilloscope and an infrared thermometer probe and it looks fine.

I wouldn't use more than 9volts and 500mA though.

alex on a poopy stick (author)2014-04-07

Oops wrong person

Ian helms (author)2014-04-02

Does anyone know how to save data from a sensor to a sd card with arduino

Ian helms (author)2014-03-31

Will it run on 6volts?

Ian helms (author)2014-03-27

I think the arduino uno can except up to 12 volts but I wouldn't do it unless you new exactly how many volts it excepts

Aliasmk (author)Ian helms2014-03-31

According to the website it can technically accept up to 20V, however the voltage regulator will run too hot if run over 12V.

Ian helms (author)2014-03-27

Just use a 6v lantern battery from a flash light

geller6980 (author)2014-03-27

I have found that a 9 volt battery only last about a day.

I have started including 'wall warts' in my designs from the start. This allows a more continuous power flow

Ian helms (author)2014-03-25

Yeah it is really helpful

TheFlorifant (author)2014-03-25

thanks i actually needed this

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