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G'day All

Ebay finds, no connection with seller, but I've had dealings in the past
and all was OK.

Item number:130440460412 Input 36 to 72VDC, output +5V 74A, +3.3V 60A,
+12V 16A, -12V 2.5A. Don't know if its' adjustable, but these things
often are, they have two available at $13.58 each they're cheap enough.

Item number:200527984244 Input 36 to 190VDC, output +5V 100A, +12V 12A,
+12V 7A. This one is adjustable, I'm using a pair of similar ones for my
EV, unfortunately they only have one available at $29.49 cheap enough if
you can use 19A at 12V or grab it and wait until more turn up and use 3
x 5V in series for 100A plus the isolated 12v rails.

Item number:150496469067 Input 110 to 175VDC, output +12V 6A, +12V 2.5A.
This one is adjustable, but only +5% on the front panel trimmer, might
be more adjustable by getting at the board and changing fixed
components.Probably a bit dear at $49.99 for only 8.5A.

Regards

[Technik] James


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I'd try to locate one that will output 13.8 volts rather than 12. At 13.8 or
13.6 volts you will be able to power all your accessories and charge up your
accessory battery. At 12 volts your battery will never get charged to full.
You need full battery output. As you said, it's cheap. Yes but you also get
what you pay for. My first DC DC was only a 12 volt output but at higher
amps but a couple items needed a bit more and I had trouble keeping a couple
things going. I went with a newer one that outputs 13.8 volts and have never
looked back. I don't even use an aux battery. Too much trouble and did not
need the extra weight. It's not like I am driving across country. If that
were the case I'd use a aux battery. :)

Pete :)

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