The output current can be made stable and the voltage varies if required
WHAT IS IT USED FOR
Taking a high voltage power supply and converting it into a lower voltage
Supplying a constant current (CC) to some device that needs it (some batteries need CC to recharge)
Keeping an output voltage stable when the input can vary
HOW DO I USE IT
Connect your input to the IN + and –
Put a multimeter in voltage mode across OUT + and –
Turn the CC control many times clockwise till it clicks. This disables Constant Current.
Turn the CV control to get the voltage you require. Clockwise higher.
If the output voltage is the same as the input voltage, turn CV anti-clockwise until it starts to fall.
If you need CC, wind it fully anti-clockwise till it clicks, then put a multimeter in Amps mode across the output.
Wind the CC up until you reach the current you require.
Input Voltage 6V to 40V DC
Output Voltage 1.2 to 36V DC
Output Current 15A (20A Peak Max – not sustainable)
66mm x 50mm x 34mm
Really useful power switch not normally found on these small modules
Nice beefy power terminals
Output 15V 10.0A draws 6.8A In at 24V
Temperature after 10 minutes 62degC
Controlled by a TI LM25116
A nice beefy complement ready for when you need that extra power.
Can supply more than my 185W power load can handle. Can’t vouch for manufacturer’s 300W.
It has short circuit protection but not for long.
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