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DC-DC converter module Step-Down 9 ... 40V - 7.5V D24V150F7

Step-Down DC-DC converter module based on the D24V150F7 chip. Input voltage 9..40V, output voltage 7.5V (max 15A). Pololu 2883

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ID: 563138

36,32€ gross (23% VAT)
29,53€ net

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Output voltage7,5 V
Output current15 A
Converter typeStep-down
Supply voltage min9 V
Supply voltages max40 V

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Description

Step-Down DC / DC converter, which reduces the input voltage to 7.5 V. The maximum current capacity of the inverter module is 15 A, it is the maximum continuous current that can be taken from the inverter. The efficiency of the converter ranges from 85 to 95%, which makes it a much better solution than linear voltage stabilizers. The inverter has reverse voltage protection, protection against short-circuiting output, soft start system and temperature protection.

The inverter manufacturer has derived two additional signals, "enable", by means of which the inverter can be switched on or off and the "power-good" output, the state of which changes when the inverter is unable to maintain a stable voltage. The typical current consumption of the inverter is about 100 mA, while in the low-power mode the inverter takes about 5-10 uA for each volt of the input voltage.

properties

  • Input voltage: 9 ... 40 V
  • Output voltage: 7.5 V
  • The maximum continuous current consumed: 15 A
  • High efficiency: 85-95%
  • Built-in security:
    • against backward tension
    • before shorting the output
    • soft start system
    • temperature protection
  • The current consumed by the inverter with no load: approx. 100 mA
  • The current consumed by the unloaded converter in low power mode: 5-10 uA for each volt of the input voltage
  • The "power-good" signal informing about the state of the output voltage
  • 4 mounting holes
  • Dimensions: 43.2 mm x 31.8 mm x 11 mm
  • Weight: 19 g (without soldered connectors)

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