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LM2596 DC DC Step-down Adjustable CC CV Power Supply Converter LED driver

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LM2596 DC DC Step-down Adjustable CC CV Power Supply Converter LED driver Arduino projects robots NEW

Weight:13 g

Size:46mmx23mmx10mm/1.81\”x0.91\”x0.39\”(inch) (approx)

Features:

Particularly suitable for LED driver

High-power LED constant current drive

Lithium battery charger (including ferroelectric)

4V, 6V, 12V, 14V, 24V battery charger

Nickel cadmium, nickel metal hydride battery pack charger

Solar panels and wind turbines

Specifications:

Module Properties: non-isolated constant current and voltage module

Rectification: non-synchronous rectification

Input voltage: 7V-35V

Output voltage: 1.25V-30V

Output current: adjustable maximum 3A

Conversion efficiency: 92% (the highest)

Switching frequency: 150KHz

Output ripple: 50mV (max) 20M bandwidth

Load Regulation: ± 0.5%

Voltage Regulation: ± 2.5%

Operating Temperature: -40 ° to +85 °

Battery use:

Make sure of the voltage and current of the battery you need to charge

Adjust the constant voltage potentiometer to make the output voltage same to the charge voltage

Potentiometer Adjustment Direction: Clockwise (increase), counterclockwise (decrease)

Use the multimeter in 10A current scale to measure output short-circuit current, and adjust the current potentiometer to make sure the output current to the expected charging current value

The charge current of transfer lamp is default 0.1 times of the charging current (constant current value)

Connected to the battery and try to charging (for previous 5 steps, module input terminal is connected to power source, output load is NOT connected to batteries).

LED Constant Current Driver Use:

Make sure operating current and Max operating Voltage of the LED you need to drive.

Adjust the constant voltage potentiometer to make sure the output Voltage is up to LED Max operating Voltage.

Use the multimeter in 10A current scale to measure output short-circuit current, and adjust the current potentiometer. To make sure the output current to the expected LED operating current.

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