So I guess a gadget like this is worth 10$ because you could replace that linear breadboard power supply with a more efficient one, which will give you voltage and current display as well as adjustable output.
Here are some images I took during the teardown of the mini power supply:
I never expected this electronic dummy load to be so bad because I kinda liked the way it’s built and how it looks. Unfortunately it’s way out of spec on the measurements and also has some firmware bugs.
In this video I am repairing an old 19 inch lcd monitor (Iiyama ProLite E481S) who isn’t powering up anymore. As usual with these lcd monitors, the fault is caused by capacitors on the power supply board.
In this episode I am testing the various menus on the Graphical LCD Transistor/Component Tester purchased from banggood. This gadget does more than just measure and identify components, it can also measure frequency, it has built-in frequency generator as well as a 10-bit pwm generator with adjustable duty cycle.
In this video I do a quick review of a 5 inch LCD TFT Monitor With 2 CH Analog Input. This module was sent to me free of charge for review by gearbest.com. The module is based on the MST703 video decoder and if you want to know more about this chip check it’s datasheet in the links from the video description.
A list of the items I show on this InTheMail video:
2.4 inch 320×240 px TFT display module based on the ILI9341 lcd controller, complete with touchscreen, uSD card slot, 128Mbit flash, independent font chip and the required power circuitry.
ESP8266 modules (3 different variations), a small solar panel, waterproof enclosure and Li-ion battery cells. uSD card holder thing. 13W LED 5050 E27 lightbulb. Breadboad + breadboard power supply + jumper cables. 0-30V 0-2A Adjustable lab power supply kit, unassembled. A bunch of components I ordered from Comet Electronics.