Adjustable Power Supply - Equipment at MADE Makerspace
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An adjustable DC power supply is used in electronics prototyping to help test and troubleshoot electronic devices. It takes AC line voltage and turns it into low voltage DC. this can be hooked up to a breadboard among other things for prototyping circuit designs. A non adjustable version of a DC power supply exists in many electronic devices that require something other than 110 AC voltage to function properly.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How many outputs does it have?

Our adjustable DC power supply has two outputs on it.

Can it supply a negative voltage?

One side by itself cannot, but by joining the black terminal on the left to the red terminal on the right you can achieve a negative voltage with the middle as the zero reference.

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