Wrong, it is more than that. Anyway, the designer sent me one of these all the way from the USA on 10th, arrived this morning… and on closer examination… actually – I might just have a use for this.
So what the PI-BB-RPS is, is a breadboard – with redundant power supply. That means you can continue to use your existing power supply on the Raspberry Pi (or I’m guessing connector-compatible device) – but this board might be attached to a solar panel or external battery pack. DC in is from 7-24v and output is 2.5 amps max.
The breadboard has 3v3 and 5v connectors and tracks for experimenters.
Anyway, check it our here on Tindie - all the specs are there - looks good for experimenters and it could just end up powering one of my PI’s in Spain with Solar backup – no point in doing it here in the Northeast of England – it always rains!!
If you read my last blog you’ll know I have a prototype battery backup running….. it’s a bit of a mess, hmm, it would fit quite nicely on this board!!!