6-25V Dual USB Step Down Regulator

$7.95

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Need a convenient USB charge port? This buck regulator is designed to take up to 25V in, and provide 5V @3A across two standard USB A ports.

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Description

This buck regulator is designed to take up to 25V in, and provide 5V @3A across two standard USB ports. These are ideal for adding phone charging or USB power in Automotive, Marine, or other 12V based systems. The regulator operates at 150KHZ and up to 92% efficiency. Each USB port has the required resistor for Apple devices to recognize it as a power source.

To power the board there are two connection points: a large set of screw terminals or a 2.1 x 5.5mm DC Barrel Jack. The module measures 49.8 x 36.2 x 15mm and has three M2 compatible mounting holes.

Features

  • Apple recognition resistors
  • 6-25V in, 5V 3A out

Package Contents

  • 1 x 6-25V Dual USB Step Down Regulator

  Difficulty Level

Soldering Skill: Beginner
Prototyping Skill: Beginner
Programming Skill: N/A

  Product Certifications

  Product Attributes

Weight: 20 g
Shipping Dimensions: 52 × 38 × 18 mm
Input Voltage:

6 – 25 VDC

Efficiency (Max):

92%

Output Voltage:

5.0 VDC

Output Current (Max):

3A

Switching Frequency:

150KHz

  Warranty Policy

This product has a 30 Day Warranty from the date of delivery. The item must not be modified, abused, incorrectly hooked up, or used for purposes outside the original scope of design.

  Return Policy

This product is returnable Within 14 Days of delivery. Item must be unopened, unused, and in re-saleable condition.

 
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Comments

  1. Ethan T

    dear bc-robotics,
    I was wondering weather this regulator can handle 14.6 amps.
    I am planning on adding Bluetooth RGB leds to my 3d printer, and need to power my Arduino off of the printer’s 24V 350W 14.6A power supply. I am wondering if this could work for that?

    • Chris @ BCR

      Hi Ethan,

      The 14.6 amps is not the part to be (as) concerned about, this is the same as worrying about how much gas is in the gas tank. You really need to worry about the voltage (or the type of gas) – and 24V is just about the maximum input for this power supply. You will need to be careful with the load on this regulator as it will overheat.

      Best to have a look through this tutorial: Electricity Basics

  2. Ethan T

    So I could technically use this for 24v, but with a heat sink or fan or something?

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