35W Buck-Boost DC/DC Converter with Current Limit

35W Buck-Boost DC/DC Converter with Current Limit
Stock Number: 36387 PS
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Note: Voltage and Current adjustments are on the back of the supply
Snap-in, 35W adjustable buck-boost converter power supply with constant voltage and adjustable current limit & Soft Start.
Adjustable protection for:
Undervoltage (LVP), Overvoltage (OVP), Overcurrent (OCP)
Over Power W (OPP), Over Capacity Ah, Over Power (OPH), Max Operating Time (OHP)
Dual 4 digit Backlit LCD Display
Input Voltage: DC 5V-30 V DC
(Recommend that the Input voltage is > 7 V)
if < 7 V, the output power available will decrease)
Output Voltage: 0.5-30VDC
Output Current: 4A max Power Limited ~35W/50W Fan cooled
Accuracy: Voltage: 1% + 1 LSD Resolution: 0.01 V
Current: 1.5% + 3 LSD Resolution: 0.001A
Operating Temperature: -20C to 40C(-4F to 104F)
Working Frequency: 180KHz
Conversion efficiency: ~ 88%.
Input Undervoltage (LVP): Adj. 4.7-30VDC, (default 4.7 V)
Output Overvoltage (OVP): Adj. 4.8-30VDC, (default 31 V )
Overcurrent (OCP): Adj. 0.5A-4.2A range (default 4.2A)
Over Power W (OPP): Adj. 1W-50W (default: 50W)
Overtemperature (OTP): 100 C
Max Capacity (OAH): 4 range Adj. 9.999/99.99/999.9 & 9999 Ah
Max Energy (OPH): 4 range Adj. 9.999/99.99/999.9 & 9999 Wh
Max Run Time: (OHP): 00:00-99.99 (HH:mm)
L: 79mm W: 42mm D: 35mm WT: .2

California Proposition 65 Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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Not easy to use
This device is difficult to set up properly and takes some doing to master. Also it is not tolerant to reverse connection. I tried to charge a battery and blew out a diode rendering it inoperative. My suggestion is they should add a fuse to protect it. Also there are 2 pots for voltage and current limit. My suggestion is to replace this with DAC and turn it into a front panel setting instead of pots.
- Edward, MA