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Topic # 228928 30-Jan-2018 18:45
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For sale, together or separately. Feel free to PM an offer, will put on TradeMe in a few days if no interest but these are fairly niche items!

 

$10 shipping nationwide or free pickup in Christchurch.

 

Used for approx 18 months, all working fine at the time of decommissioning. Will include the cables I have for it and can provide a 16v laptop power supply for use with it.

 

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DCDC-USB, Intelligent buck-boost DC-DC converter with USB interface

DCDC-USB is a high power buck-boost microcontroller DC-DC converter. This unit accepts any input ranging from 6-34V.

Output is 12V regulated or output can be changed with simple jumper settings to 5V, 6V, 9V, 12V, 13.5V, 18V or 24V or via USB in fine increments (0.25V) anywhere from 5-24V.

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Applications: powering motherboard with single rail power from any voltage to any voltage, laptops, custom electronics. This module can be used to convert any voltage ranging 6-34V to any output from 5-24V.

The DCDC-USB has 4 models of operation:

- Dumb mode: Acts as a regular buck-boost DC-DC converter with wide input (6-34V) and produces a fixed 12V output (or any output from 5-24V)
- Automotive mode: Acts as an intelligent PSU, ignition aware, will send ON/OFF pulse to the motherboard to turn ON/OFF. Standby power consumption is well under 1mA.
- UPS mode: The unit will act as an intelligent UPS unit, will shut down at prescribed battery voltages.
- Script mode: Unit can be programmed to wake up, sleep, based on pre-programmed scripts.

 

- 100watt
- Wide range input, 6-34V
- Programmable output 5-24V
- Default output 12V
- High current, up to 10A
- Applications: power for motherboards with single rail power from any voltage to any voltage, laptops, custom electronics with buck-boost DC-DC.
- Programmable via USB interface
- Sends ON/OFF pulse to motherboard
- 100% Solid Polymer Capacitors, Japan

 

picoUPS-120-ATVX  DC micro UPS system / battery backup system for 12V automotive environments.

The picoUPS-120-ATV is a small yet powerful UPS (uninterruptible power supply) solution. The picoUPS-120-ATV was conveniently design to be compatible with quarter brick PSU standard (58 x 36mm).

The picoPSU-120-ATV ensures uninterrupted power for your electronics by automatically switching in between a DC input source (13-16V) and a Lead Acid (SLA battery). The switching in between the power sources is instantaneous, thus allowing smooth, uninterrupted device operation. The picoUPS-120-ATV also has a built-in, 1.2A fast battery charger unit.

The PICOUPS-120-ATV has been specifically designed for uninterruptible small/medium power PC operation, where “always on” operating is required. Applications for the picoUPS include a wide range of systems including automotive operation.

 


- 12V DC micro UPS system
- 12V DC battery backup
- Works in 12V vehicles
- Build-in 1.2A fast charger
- Handles up to 10A (12A peak)
- Low loss, "diode OR" MOSFETs
- Quarter Brick (58x36x20mm)
- manufactured by mini-box.com

 

 


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That was quick! Sold


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