8-40V to 12V 20A DC Voltage Stabilizer Car Power Supply Regulator Waterproof

SKU: I015-A040

Sale price$71.28


1:Waterproof, dustproof, shockproof, small volume, simple installation.
2:Not isolation shape DC regulated power supply module, high stability of output.
3:Wide voltage input, built-in over current, over voltage, over temperature, short circuit, and automatic protection functions.
4:Great for on-board electrical appliances,LED displays, cable TV,outdoor environment,and widely used in automotive.posts and telecommunications, communications, electricity, coal, aerospace, defense,surveillance systems,railway signals, medical equipment, instruments,meters and other fields.

8-40V to 12V 20A DC Voltage Stabilizer Car Power Supply Regulator Waterproof

Condition: 100% Brand New
Shell Material: Aluminum
Type:DC-DC Boost&Buck Converter
Input Voltage:DC 8V-40 V
Output Voltage:DC 12V
Output Current: 20A (Max)

1.Manual measuring, please allow 1 ~ 2 cm error,thank you.
2.Products without polarity protection, please carefully when installation wiring, if there is wrong, it might damage the power

Package Included:
1x DC-DC Converter

Free Shipping
Delivery Time:3-8 Working Days

Warranty Period:1 Years
Return:Goods can be returned within 60 days of receipt
24-Hour Support:Customer service throughout the day

Customer Reviews

Based on 28 reviews
Grant Briggs

8-40V to 12V 10A DC Voltage Stabilizer Car Power Supply Regulator Waterproof

Neil Duddy
Great Service

Product was delivered promptly and was exactly as described. Works well.

Dianne Batley
Great purchase

Arrived promptly and was exactly what I needed. Would use this supplier again.

Ben Shenton

Does its job perfectly, providing a stable and clean 12 volts from a higher dc voltage source.

lauren smith

I am using this between a 100W solar panel that puts out 17-18V in full sun, and this regulator puts out a nice 12.6-12.8V that I then run to a 12V vehicle fan to exhaust heat out of my shop when it is sunny out. When clouds come over the solar, this unit will put out what it can get from the solar panel, I have tested 4.4V output from the panel and regulator, and that was enough to keep my fan running. The regulator won't just cut off when it drops below the input and output specified voltage, so that may be something you need to worry about if your application requires a consent voltage. In the photo, you can see the regulator sharing the solar input with a charge controller. I went with this regulator so I could run the fan from the solar with no batteries attached.

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