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Pocket USB Power Supply

Original price €19.99 - Original price €19.99
Original price
€19.99 - €19.99
Current price €19.99


The Lab401 Pocket USB Power Supply is an invaluable device for every hacker's toolkit. Forget fumbling with level convertors every time you're looking to power your microcontroller, or digging through 'that' box of adaptors when you need 12 volts.

Not everyone has the luxury of a fully equipped lab - and when we're in the field, size matters. The Pocket USB Power Supply takes in 4 - 30V via USB-C, USB-A, MicroUSB (and even terminals..) and supplies 0 - 30V at 0 - 2A.

It has an adjustment resolution of 0.01V and 0.001A (1mA) - allowing for precise control of almost any device hackers and pentesters need to use.

Inexpensive, compact and tested by Lab401 as a must-have device.

Functionality in a glance

Below is a non-exhaustive overview of the Pocket USB Power Supply.


Slips into your pocket, and replaces all your power supplies.


0 - 30V range practically every hardware device pentesters own.


Overpower protection & configuration memory. Lab401 tested to be precise.

Technical Specs

Key Features
  • Input: 0 - 13V up to 4A
  • Output: 0 - 30V up to 15W
  • Voltage Control: 0.01V increments
  • Current Control: 0.001A increments
  • Input Interfaces: USB-C, USB-A, MicroUSB, Terminal
  • Output Interfaces: Terminal, USB-A
  • Built in protection: Over-power, temperature, flow-back


Compatible with:
  • Input: QuickCharge, FastCharge
  • Input: Standard USB devices (External Battery, USB Charger, Laptop, etc)

What's included

  • 1x Pocket USB Power Supply

Shipping & Packaging

  • Each Pocket USB Power Supply is dispatched from Europe - no need to worry about slow shipping times, import duties or damaged goods.
  • Packed in a sturdy compact box.
  • We provide world-wide shipping with express options.

Hands on with the Pocket USB Power Supply

In this episode, we get hands on with the Pocket USB Power Supply and the EMUTAG, a Mifare Ultralight Emulator. The EMUTAG has a fairly obtuse battery and power requirements, so we're using the USB Pocket Power Supply to get the device powered up.

We go over the product basics, including input and output types, configuration of the device, and ultimately - how to do something useful with it.