London, UK – April 30, 2015 – USBminiPower is a new small, pocket size, and easy to use power supply that hobbyist and engineers can use to work on low-power electronic projects. In order to begin manufacturing and distribution efforts, the company has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise £5,000 by May 21st, 2015.
The device is powered from a standard USB port on a computer or laptop. It is an adjustable piece that can take many projects to the next level, which is why creators an inventors are so excited for this incredible technology. Most products similar to the USBminiPower use too low voltage range and is too expensive for large cases or higher power supply.
However, this pocket size power supply can cover the needs of an average electronics designer. It’s budget friendly and simple to operate. It takes up very little space to run small and low power electronics so users can buy multiple ones. The days of worrying about the cost or whether or not the device will take up too much room on the desk are over. Say hello to the USBminiPower, the solution for efficient power supply. There will also be the optional USB connectivity for PC the control and monitor the power supply. The hardware comes with an expandable open-source hardware and open-source software that can be modified to fit the needs for certain projects.
This new technology comes with three separate voltage outputs, along with a direct 5V feed from the port and a controllable fixed 3.3V. Never before has a power supply tool been able to output power accurate enough for almost all project needs up to 2.45 W. The on-board has a cool retro 4-digit LED display, along with a rocker switch for more control. However, the board is still simple enough to be assembled by anyone with a passion and drive for building things. USBminiPower is also designed to connect to any standard port without blocking or covering other neighboring USB outlets.
People can be the first to pre-order their own USBminiPower at an advantageous price on the Kickstarter campaign by clicking here. Funds raised will be used to manufacture and deliver rewards, revise the design for better efficiency and functionality, improve firmware, and offer different models. The company will also create a easy to use PC software for the USB-controlled variant of the board. Backers can choose from many attractive rewards as a “thank you” for the support.
Please know this is an “all-or-nothing” deal, which means if the campaign does not meet the goal then they will not receive any funding. It can take years for the project to be completed. So know a donation of any amount counts! Share this with others engineers and inventors on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. Let them know how they can bring this great solution to the world!
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Company Name: USBminiPower
Contact Person: Konstantin Dimitrov
Country: United Kingdom