The BVR is suitable for anybody looking for an inexpensive, convenient method to supply regulated +5 Volts to a breadboard. Building a regulated supply each time you do a design is a hassle; with the BVR you just plug in and go.The Breadboard Voltage Regulator (BVR) is a convenient and practical way to power your proto board or breadboard project. The BVR is a regulated 5 Volt supply that is capable of outputting up to 500 mA of current. The BVR has been specially designed to mount onto the power rails of a standard breadboard and accepts any standard 2.1 mm barrel plug found on most AC adapters. Should you need a more portable power solution; the BVR can also be powered by a 9 Volt battery.
There is no faster or more practical way to power a breadboard or proto project than with the BVR.
Step 1 - Assemble the BVR
Step 2 -Insert the BVR into the breadboard rails
Step 3 - Plug an AC adapter into the BVR's barrel jack for power
We recommend that the BVR be powered by an AC adapter with 6V DC output (tip positive). Alternately, a 9 Volt battery clip can be installed to allow the use of a standard 9V battery.