Quick question. I have built 4 breadboard arduino clones which will run LEDs in different patterns of different colors and so on as well as music activated depending on the pattern. No more than 10 leds per board. There is a board per each corner of the room on the floor pointing up the ceiling and towards the middle – think of it like a disco/club wanna be room lol. And I am wondering how can I power them? Before you ask why I used 4, the option of using lots of wires (2 per led) all around the room coming from one board was not an option. That said, I have one of these : http://www.adafruit.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=44&products_id=63 which I use to power a single board. But what if I need to hook up 4 of them? Can I use the one I have to splice the wires and connect to my positive and negative leads of each board? Will the power adapter have enough flowing thru it to power all 4? There is a 5v regular on each board so I am not afraid of frying anything but will it be enough to juice up my project? I mean after all its only about 10 or so leds (regular piranhas high flux and 5 mm leds).
Btw this is the guide I used and these are the boards I built. Pretty much identical : http://www.instructables.com/id/Perfboard-Hackduino-Arduino-compatible-circuit/#step1
Thanks for any feedback