A modular power supply is here
An innovative power supply module that’s designed to deliver a much smaller, lighter, and more compact design than the typical power supply.
This modular power source was built on a modular chassis, meaning it’s able to support up to six modules.
The module itself is powered by a single, modular power brick that can deliver up to 40W, and can be attached to either a standard power brick or a modular power module.
The modular module itself has a 5V power connector, so it can be used with either standard or modular power bricks, allowing you to get a high quality power supply for less money than other modular power supplies.
The modules on the market today cost around $300, and they’re available in a variety of configurations.
The two modules in the video below are the base unit and the modular module, both of which can be powered by either standard power bricks or modular modules.
Both modules can be mounted on a standard or an optional modular power connector for even more power, as well as to provide extra flexibility in connecting the modules.
The modular power system has a variety, with a variety different power bricks to choose from, and it can have a range of outputs from 5V to 120V.
The base unit supports a 5W power output and can support up the modules up to 4 modules, as the modules can both be attached via the power connector.
The 4 modular modules support up a total of 8 modules.
A 5W modular module can power up to 16 modules at a time, and each module can support two modules.
In terms of power consumption, the modular modules can deliver a whopping 140W of power to a single module, which is far more than any standard modular power board can manage.
You’ll find the full breakdown of how the modules work on the modules in this article.
While the modules do come with a 5-pin, 5V-to-1.5V cable, the modules themselves are made of a flexible plastic that can be easily removed to make room for more modules or power bricks.
It also has a standard, modular cable that can connect to a standard modular board.
The power cables in the module can be connected to a wide variety of power sources, with an integrated USB power cable included.