Arduino Power Cord
Powering your Arduino can be tricky when it isn’t plugged into your computer’s USB. You don’t just want to connect it to any power cord because that could damage it irreparably. When you’re choosing a power cord, it is important to consider how well it can regulate power, and you definitely need to pay attention to polarity as you connect your Arduino board to a power cord, as well.
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