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Buck Converter DC-DC Step Down 3A Voltage regulator

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3A DC-DC Step Down Voltage Regulator (Buck Converter)

 
This tiny step down voltage regulator uses high frequency switching to make a very efficient DC-DC converter. It can take 4.5V to 28V and lower it to between 0.8V and 20V at up to 3A (output). The voltage is set with the small in built potentiometer.
 
Voltage in : 4.5V - 28VDC
Voltage out : 0.8V- 20VDC
Switching Frequency : 1 - 1.5MHz
Maximum Output Current : 3A
Dimensions : 22mm x 17mm

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