Trying to create a robot and cant supply board, too many things wired. How do i give extra power to the board to power it all. And yes i understand this may not be the correct form for asking this question.
Yes, it is absolutely the correct board to ask this question.
You do need however, to be a bit more understanding of how to ask questions.
You have a “board” of some unknown type, and are powering it by some unknown means and wanting to give it “extra” power.
OK, let me guess that you are using an Arduino UNO, and trying - sadly - to power it by the “barrel jack” which is much the same as the “Vin” terminal. Well, that would be two problematic things for starters. My first comment is that the internal regulator powered via the “barrel jack” is only for demonstration purposes, capable only of powering the UNO itself and a few LEDs. There is no way around this, feeding it with more voltage makes the problem worse.
You need to feed it via the “5V” terminal -with 5 Volts. This presumes you have a supply of 5 V whcih can supply the Arduino as well as all the other 5 V devices - and if you use devices that require a different voltage such as a motor, then you need to supply that voltage; it has nothing to do with the Arduino. In other words, you need to lose any concept of the Arduino “powering” something, the Arduino is powered by your power supply.
Also, A UNO is not the best for a robot, certainly not for one beyond a table top toy. For USB interfacing, you might use a Nano but a Pro Mini will probably be even more practical with regards to the power supply. you do not have to operate it from 5 V - if you are using non-rechargeables, three will conveniently give you 4.5 v or four Ni-MH will give you somewhat over 5 V (but do not charge them while connected to the Arduino).
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