3-35V Input, 1.2-30V Output Step-down Step-up Voltage Regulator


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3-35V Input, 1.2-30V Output Step-down & Step-up Voltage Regulator

This is the step-down and step-up integrated voltage regulator, specially designed for FPV related application. Typical application: Powering video TX or camera where using 12V inputs with 2-6S Lipo.
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-3-35V Input, 1.2-30V Output Step-down & Step-up Voltage Regulator (for FPV)
-Input voltage:3-35V
-Output voltage:mode 1: 1.25-30V adjustable; mode 2: fixed output (can be set to 1.25 to 30V)
-Output current:constant 1A (when output at 12V); 1.5-2A when output is set to 5V.
-Input current: 2A (MAX)
-Output power: 12W under natural cooling condition and input voltage higher than 10V, 20W with heat sink.
-Idle current: 10mA ( under 10-14V input and 12V output)
-Working temperature: -40℃ to +85℃ (output power within 10W )
-Wrong polarity protection: No, wrong polarity will burn the PCB directly.
-Dynamic respond speed:5% 200uS
-Short circuit protection:Yes (10 seconds)
-Size: 5x2.3x1.1 cm (excluding potentiometer)

*This device is specially introduced to those experienced DIYers, basic electronic knowledge and DIY/welding skills are required, we are not responsible for damages due to lack of welding skills or wrong wirings etc.

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 15 September, 2013.



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