What is it? A 12V to 5.0V DC/DC step down converter based on the Texas Instruments LM2743 IC. Why did you make it? To efficiently convert 12 VDC to 5 VDC. To power a load of hard disk drives on an ...Read More…
A 12V to 5.0V DC/DC step down converter based on the Texas Instruments LM2743 IC.
To efficiently convert 12 VDC to 5 VDC. To power a load of hard disk drives on an ATX PSU that can carry loads of current on the 12V rail and a lot less on the 5V rail.
90.9% at 6.000 Amps
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