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Input any dc voltage of 1V~5V, output 5V stable dc voltage

Specifications:

Input voltage: 1V ~ 5V

Output voltage: 5V

Output current: 500mA

The dimensions of the PCB: 17,55 mm * 25,22 mm * 5,85 mm

 

Package contents:

1x Step-up converter DC-DC 1-5V to 5V 500mA for Arduino

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