splitting the 5v output ?


i'll be using it on a pi zero but i have a couple of add ons that need 5v (a small relay & a few leds) but as this takes up both 5v pins how would i go about splitting the output so that i can have a jumper to a breadboard rail ?

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Only one of the 5V pins needs to be connected between the BattBorg and the Raspberry Pi. This means you can connect just two wires (GND and a 5V), leaving the other 5V spare.

This will allow you to connect the other devices to the second 5V pin on the BattBorg, Raspberry Pi, or both :)


fab, thanks ! :)

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