5VDC output High Power Buck converter with USB Charger.
Terminal Strip and 5.5/2.5 mm coaixal jack for input
Terminal Strip for 5VDC Output
USB Type A Jack for Charger out and control
(fast charging identification chip RZC7512)
Output: Voltage: 5VDC (Fixed)
Current: See Chart
Output LED L: 2-9/16" W: 1-1/16" H: 5/8" WT: .05
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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Brass can contain Lead
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Aluminum alloys can contain Chromium
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For many years I have used double-sided tape to mount similar PCBs. Sometimes hot-melt will work as well, if the board does not get hot of course. A bit of care is always useful too.
- Bob, GA
Lots of ripple
10 mV ripple with no-load. 50 mV with ~1A. But if youre not worried about that, its a pretty good deal.
Nice except for mounting.
I mounted mine with wire ties that have screw eyes on the end. Works fine.
- Roland Phillips, FL
Very useful buck converter not boost
This is a buck converter - the specs make that clear.
This charges my iPhone, which wont charge from a powered USB hub that doesnt respond to USB charge protocol, though some other devices do. Doesnt even get warm when drawing about a half amp at 12V. Im building an off-grid hurricane backup power supply and needed something that would charge any USB device. This seems to be it.
Id have given it 5 stars if there was some reasonable way to mount it, but there are no holes and the components come to the edges. Im still trying to figure that out.