Thank You for your quick answer.
I assume, I can power the TC375 board from "VIN" pin (for example with 12V battery) as well.
However, as per ShieldBuddy TC375 User Manual (4269.40100, 1.0, 2020-04), page number 38. stating the following:
"3.2 VIN Pin
The VIN pin on the ShieldBuddy power connector strip allows access to the 9-12V input from the power jack
socket. This may be used to power shields that require a higher voltage e.g. the DC motor shield. In this case,
please note that the maximum continuous current that can be drawn through this pin is 1.5A due to the 0.5mm
1. So, the "VIN" pin it only for Vout ?
2. How much is the power consumption of the ShieldBuddy TC375, if no any kind of devices are attached to the board ?