Step-down Voltage Regulator,DC-DC 30-60V to 24V 22A Shockproof Waterproof


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This small DC to DC step down transformer has a wide range of Input voltages DC  30-60V, self adjusting and with a non adjustable Output voltage of  DC 24V and the Output current is  22A or 530W  this has a fairly efficient Conversion rate of 96%  the unit has a Over-current protection of 22A as well as a Over-temperature of  150℃

Product Features:

1. Adopts synchronous rectification technology, with a  high conversion rate(above 92%), generating low heat and providing a stable power conversion.

2. Multiple protection function: With over-current protection, allowing for transient absorption of high voltage protection, over-heat protection, output short-circuit protection(even if the input is short-circuited, it will not produce any extra energy to cause the power supply over-heat or auto ignition.)

3. Uses embedding technology, Basically it is in a aluminum shell  and encapsulated in resin type silicone sealant rendering it waterproof, dust-proof, moisture-proof, shock-proof and can be applied to various poor working condition.

4. the aluminium alloy shell is easy to mount and allows for better heat dissipation.

Application can include and are not limited to the following types of installations reducing voltage from large solar panels, Bucking the voltage of a DC power supply that is outputting between 30 and 60 VDC and reducing the voltage to a constant 24 VDC this can be ideal for many situations,Electric motors, audio equipment, GPS navigator, air conditioner, electric fan, LED lights, LED vehicle display, solar battery and other industrial electric equipment.

Package Includes: 1 ×30-60V to 24V Buck Power Converter

Dimension: 74×74×32mm Wire length: 15cm(5. 91”)

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 2 in


Manufactures Part Number

200165, B018TX0WFW


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