If you measure it as correct voltage and a regulated supply, then yes. Most of the very small and lightweight wall warts that put out over 500mA are switching supplies, and fairly well regulated.Is it safe to just strip the wall wart connecting wires and connect to the breadboard? Is this the correct procedure.
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