Published on May 13, 2016
Ever have an invention using a bit that draws a lot of power, like the fan or servo, and the device either runs rough, like it needs a tune-up, or stops working entirely? Or are you running something mechanical in a synth circuit, and you get a buzz in the speaker? If so, the problem may be that your power circuit is creating noise, or over-powering the litleBits power supply.
This invention, the inline power module, provides a way of giving power hungry, or electronically 'noisy' bits their own power supply, which is independent of, and isolated from the main power bit of the circuit.
Duration: 4 hours if you have soldering skills
Credits: I would like to thank Alex Pikkert ( @alexpikkert on the Forum)for his help and support in the development of this module. @SeventhDarf and @JackANDJude also participated in the development. Thank you all!