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LM2596S 3A Step-Down DC-DC Buck Converter 2-35V with Display Voltmeter

LM2596S 3A Step-Down DC-DC Buck Converter 2-35V with Display Voltmeter
LM2596S 3A Step-Down DC-DC Buck Converter 2-35V with Display Voltmeter
LM2596S 3A Step-Down DC-DC Buck Converter 2-35V with Display Voltmeter
LM2596S 3A Step-Down DC-DC Buck Converter 2-35V with Display Voltmeter
LM2596S 3A Step-Down DC-DC Buck Converter 2-35V with Display Voltmeter
12,35 €
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High-current (3A), freely adjustable converter with built-in voltmeter. The output voltage is adjustable from 2V to 35V.

A simple and convenient way to make your own power supply with voltage measurement.

A universal converter with adjustable output voltage and a voltmeter built into the plate
The voltmeter measures the input and output voltage (switch on the board).
The power supply enables precise adjustment of the output voltage within a large range. LM2596S DC-DC 2-35V / max. 3 A.
The module has short-circuit protection (when the converter outputs are short-circuited)
Note - the converter regulates the voltage by lowering it (it does not increase the voltage). The supply voltage must be greater than the load voltage.

Parameters:

Adjustable output voltage: 2.5-35V
Input voltage: 4.5-40V - must be higher than the output voltage
Output current: 2A, maximum 3A (additional heat sink is required)
Output power: 75W
Efficiency: Max 92%
Frequency: 150kHz
Working temperature: -40 ℃ to +85 ℃ (power in 10W)
Short circuit protection: current limit to 5A, Auto-CV
Weight: 35g
Size: 65x35x18 mm

Product code
GL.000.347
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