This module converts a voltage to a desired (lower) stable voltage, which can be adjusted by means of the potentiometer. Because this module can deliver up to 3A, this module is suitable for many applications.
1,25 V - 35 V
Type of conversion
3,2 V - 40 V
€ 3,05€ 2,55 Excl. VAT (NL)
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QWardIs dit AC->DC of DC->DC?ViewHide 1 answer | Answer this question
AOpencircuitThis is a DC -> DC converter, AC -> DC converters are usually already built into power supplies.
QBenHow safe are these modules and by that I mean, it says IN 24 volts DC. the output is set to 5 volts which supplies power to electronics that only know against a higher voltage than 5 v. If this module breaks down (when closed or something), what is the reasonable chance that it will give out full 24 volts? Has anyone had this bad experience before???ViewHide 1 answer | Answer this question
AOpencircuitWith this difference in voltage I would not go for a cheap linear converter, but for a switching converter from, for example, Pololu: https://opencircuit.nl/list/spanningregelaar-modules These (brand) converters are also better tested and resistant to various situations.
QJosephI bought a box full of buck converters. They are great for projects with multi purpose use cases. I can recommend adding a hollow plug and insert it in a case like this: https://nerd-corner.com/step-down-modul-dc-dc-lm2596s/
Can you maybe add this link to the description. Guess it is the most common usage and helpful as a guide?Answer this question
QReinHey! If the voltage of the input changes, does the voltage of the output change with it?ViewHide 1 answer | Answer this question
AOpencircuitThe output should remain constant.
QMartijn van BemmelenCan you regulate 30v back to 5v Max 3amp?ViewHide 1 answer | Answer this question
AOpencircuitProbably not, 3A is the maximum the module can deliver with a small voltage difference.