Wiring the Powerboost to multiple components!?

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BowmarDafty
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Wiring the Powerboost to multiple components!?

Post by BowmarDafty » Tue May 07, 2019 7:06 am

Hello again!

We're setting up the battery/power side of things on our build and we've hit a snag.

We have 3 things that need power from the powerboost.

- The audio amp (which goes only to the little speaker.)
- the screen/chip for screen etc.
- the Pi zero itself.

With only one 5v and one Ground pin out on the powerboost... how the hell are people doing this?

Thanks,

A Total Noob.

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Re: Wiring the Powerboost to multiple components!?

Post by tinkerBOY » Tue May 07, 2019 7:35 am

You can use a power strip (http://market.sudomod.com/power-strip-pcb/).
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Re: Wiring the Powerboost to multiple components!?

Post by rodocop » Tue May 07, 2019 8:05 am

Yeah a power strip is key. You'll want one, or something similar. It does not have to be the one linked, but that one is good. You could also use a piece of perf board or something too.

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