Introduction: Battery Powered Breadboard Charger

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This shows how to make a battery powered USB charger.

Step 1: Gather Materials

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1.) Toggleswitch 2.) 9v Battery connector 3.) 9v Battery 4.) 22 uF capicitor 5.)5mm Led with 200 ohm resistor 6.)7805 voltage regulator 7.) 10 nF capacitor 8.)2 33k ohm resistors 9.) 2 22k ohm resistors 10.) type a female USB port 11.) breadboard 12.) Jumper wires

Step 2: Connecting the Toggle Switch

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Attach the 9v battery connector positive to the input of the switch. Then connect the negative. I attached jumper wires to mine to make it easier to plug in.

Step 3: Connecting Them to the Breadboard

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Attach the wires to the breadboard leaving one space inbetween them

Step 4: Attaching the Led

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Attach the led light making sure that the negative goes to negative and positive to positive.

Step 5: Placing the Capacitor

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Place the 22 uF capacitor after the led making sure the side with the stripe lines up with the negative.

Step 6: Jumping

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Attach the jumping wires as shown in the picture above

Step 7: Voltage Regulator

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Attach the regulator making sure the positive goes to pin 1 and negative to pin 2.

Step 8: Second Capacitor

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Attach the 10 nF capacitor making sure that they line up with pin 2 and pin 3 of the regulator.

Step 9: USB Port

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Attach the USB port at the end of the breadboard. Leave 3 spaces between pin 1 and pin 2. Leave 1 space between pin 2 and pin 3. Leave 3 spaces between pin 3 and pin 4

Step 10: Jumping ( Second Time)

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Attach a jumper wire after the 10nF capacitor pin that lines up with pin 3 of the regulator. Attach it to pin one of the USB port. Attach the Second wire from the other capacitor pin to the negative pin of the USB

Step 11: 33k Resistor

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Attach a 33k resistor to the positive before the USB port. Attach the other end to pin 2 of the USB port

Step 12: 22k Resistor

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Attach a 22 k resistor to the negative right before the USB port. Attach in the same hole the 33k is attached to

Step 13: 33k Second Time.

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Repeat step 11 but attach it to pin 3

Step 14: 22k Resistor Second Time

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Repeat step 12 but attach it to pin 3

Step 15: Test Time :)

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This was my first instructable hope you enjoy

Comments

f_olayan (author)2015-04-21

hi... please reply this is very important. may you please upload a video while doing this???? my project is due soon! help pleeease

smitty16 (author)2013-05-05

this is a cool project
im into electronics too

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