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Buck Converter Voltage Regulator DC 9V 12V 24V to DC 5V Power Supply Transformer Charge Adapter Module - RS1869

Buck Converter Voltage Regulator DC 9V 12V 24V to DC 5V Power Supply Transformer Charge Adapter Module - RS1869

SKU:RS1869

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  • Input voltage: 8V-30V
  • Output: 100W
  • Operating temperature: -40℃-+85℃
  • Support agreement: QC3.0 QC2.0
  • Efficiency: 95% (max)

DESCRIPTION

  • Support agreement: QC3.0 QC2.0
  • Input voltage: 8V-30V
  • Output: 100W (max output of single USB is 25W, current can’t be higher than 3.46A when the output voltage is 5V.)
  • Efficiency: 95% (max)
  • Dimension: L90mm*W80mm*H28mm
  • Weight:170g
  • Operating temperature: -40℃-+85℃.
  • Application: mobile power bank, phone, Tablet PC, Logger and other electronics powered by USB 5V and 5V, 9V, 12V fast charging.

SPECIFICATION

  • Parameters: the buck converter input voltage range is DC 8V-30V, max total output voltage is 100W, max output of single USB is 25W; when the output voltage is 5V, output current can't be higher than 3.64A.
  • 4 USB Port & Support Agreement: DROK quick charger module is designed with 4 USB port, very convenient to charge for several device; can be compatible with QC3.0 QC2.0 FCP automatic identification.
  • 2-way Power Input & LED Voltmeter: the voltage converter can be input voltage by wiring terminal or 5.5/2.1 DC socket; the LED displays input voltage.
  • Application: mobile power bank, phone, Tablet PC, Logger and other electronics powered by USB 5V and 5V, 9V, 12V fast charging.
  • Note: if the charging current of the electronic device is only 1A, it will get 1A charging current even charge with more than 1A.

NOTE

If the charging current of your electronic device is only 1A, you will get 1A charging current even you charge with more than 1A. It is wrong that higher current will charge faster, it has something to do with charging current of your device.
Digital LED displays input voltage (digital LED is connected to the back of the protection diode, so the display voltage is lower than the actual voltage about 0.3V).