Breadboard and microcontrollers are getting popular because the facility of mounting and the possibility of experiment or change any element in the circuit. Nevertheless, there are some discomforts in the necessity of ever connect the power to default pin just to energize the microcontroller or the established circuit.
With this project, I am attending to this necessity and integrating the “Wireless power” technology to the wide action field of inventing, designing and making simple and complex circuits.
This device consist of two main parts: a wireless induction power receiver attached to a breadboard and internally connected to the power and GND rails and a wireless induction power transmitter attached to a flat base with different voltage options and connected to AC current.
As the two module´s transmission capacity is 5 watts, I decide to include a switch to change between 5 volts 1 amp and 10 volts 500 mA and a knob as a potentiometer to navigate from 1.5 to 5 or 1.5 to 10 volts.
You only have to set in the base the voltage you want to get and put the breadboard in the base to energize the circuit and remove it from the top of the base to cut energy.
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