A high-performance battery bank could provide the 5 volt, amp supply my LEDs required, output a constant, regulated voltage without the trouble of step-up/step-down converters to protect my sensors, and high-quality power banks limit maximum power draw in case of a short. Plus, simple to charge! Score! (To anyone who wants to try this, it’s important to note that most power banks also have a minimum draw and will shut off to prevent power leakage if this is not met . These numbers are hard to find online, but can be worked out with some LEDs on a breadboard on a case-by-case basis.)
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