Garrett Bartley shared on Thingiverse:
Thanks Garrett for sending this in, nice work!
A friend of mine at Particle wanted something he could use to
mount a tiny breadboard (with a Photon) to a 5V 1A USB power supply. I
iterated on it for a few days and came up with
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1548724. Since it’s for 3 products sold at
Adafruit, I thought you might be interested!
Loosely inspired by the Apple Cube USB Charger Bracket, this is a mount for a 5V A1 USB power supply (this one at Adafruit and a tiny breadboard. There is a small cubby between the breadboard mount and power supply to stuff a short USB cable into. It’s perfect for a little IOT device with a Particle Photon!
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