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DC to DC Step Up Converter 5V to 12V 10A 120W Boost Power Module Output Voltage Adjustable Circuit Board

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isolation if you plan to power a device which is somehow connected to the mains as well. That way you wont fry your computer if your computer and the device are not on the same phase. The LT1173 consumes just 110µA supply current at standby, making it ideal for applications where low quiescent current is important. The device can deliver 5V at 80mA from a 3V input in step-up mode or 5V at 200mA from a 12V input in step-down mode.

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ARGB Airgoo Computer Fan Controller Commander - Speed Adjustable 3-pin or 4-pin fan - Include Strip PC SoftwareThis circuit is similar to the above except output voltage in the circuit can be adjusted. As I already mentioned that output voltage is set by means of Voltage fed into the FB pin of MT3608. Here I have replaced the resistor R1 with Potentiometer PR1. As the resistance of POT changes the voltage in to the FB pin changes which in turn will change the output voltage accordingly.

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This design has a 22µF “output” capacitor. But I already have a 100µF capacitor as an “entry” to the A4988 stepper. PCB space is VERY limited for me. Can I just use the 100µF and drop the 22? With the voltage boost converter module with IC Lm2577-ADJ, you can draw 12V @800mA stable DC voltage output at a wide range of input voltage levels from 3V to 40V. The LM2577 is designed with an 3.0A NPN switch, which is also equipped with a thermal and current limiting protection circuit. You are using a 22µH inductor, which is at the high end of what the datasheet says. I started my design by copy/paste of an existing easyEda project which was with a 4.7µH… what is the difference between the 2 choices? what would you recomend I use for my design? Would you have a part number to suggest? The LT1173 is a versatile micropower DC-DC converter. The device requires only three external components to deliver a fixed output of 5V or 12V. Supply voltage ranges from 2.0V to 12V in step-up mode and to 30V in step-down mode. The LT1173 functions equally well in step-up, step-down or inverting applications.I was thinking of buying an ARGB Hub (5v3pin hub), and I'll have the said components connected to that - then will connect the 5v3pin hub to the Deepcool Converter > to my motherboard. regulation to make sure the output stays at 12V as long as the load consumption stays within the specs. I have shared my project on easyEda at: https://easyeda.com/editor#project_id=9220fa26c27845ae8d1bbd93b3a543d9 Correct. A 5v ARGB device (fan, LED strip, etc) plugged into a controller that only receives an 12V RGB and converts it to a 5V signal can ONLY display that single color. It is not able to display multiple colors like a normal ARGB connected device would.

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Depending on what you plan to power with that, you might consider regulation and electrical isolation.As I said, not an electronic engineer, hence my beginer questions… As a general rule, it seems that each IC is asking for input/decoupeling capacitor on 5V/VCC, is it ok to not put all these caps and reduce component load?

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