Non Isolated, Step up (Boost) adjustable Smart Converter with In/Out Voltmeter. Uses a XL6009E Chip. Onboard switch for selecting Input or Output readout on Display and to set a Display Offset (Calibration) of Input & Output readings (SEE ONLINE DATA SHEET FOR INSTRUCTIONS).
Solder/Terminal strip In/Out.
Rated Current: 3A Max.
Display: 3Digit Red 3/8 LED
Notes: Momentary press changes Display from Input to Output
Hold switch ~2sec. to turn the meter off
Hold switch for >3seconds to enter Offset adjust
Input must exceed 4V for the Display to function
Output Voltage setting must be higher than Input
Input current increases as the In/Out Voltage difference
Heatsink needed for input or output exceeding 10W L: 2-5/8 W: 1-3/8 H: 1/2 WT: .04
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This is a BOOST converter and it will easily output up to 40 Volts...
- Wayne Olmsted, FL
Looks like a nice little supply.
Anxious to get it wired up and working. Another review here is very misleading--it will NOT go up to 40 volts on a 9 v battery--the input voltage must be higher than the output voltage; you cannot defy the laws of physics.
This has been just amazing me with how it can volt up & down with just using a 9 volt battery it will go on up to 40 something volts. That is just amazing to me. This has been one of my better purchases & it was sent especially faster than anybody else from Ebay as of yet.