Diodes drop some voltage while forward biased. If losing any amount of voltage is a problem, then wiring up a MOSFET as a diode may be a good solution. For this circuit, I am using the BS250, which is a P channel enhancement mode MOSFET.
Simple no forward voltage drop rectifier diode made with P channel enhancement mode MOSFET BS250 circuit schematic by electronzap electronzapdotcom
Quick diode without forward voltage drop using P channel enhancement mode MOSFET BS250 circuit
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Well rated portable power supply that I do not have but looks cool. Lots of output options.
Kit that has everything you need to learn basic electronics and Arduino.
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