USB Type C Power Delivery 5-20v DC to DC Breakout Board
This module features a USB Type-C input connector with dip switches that allow you to set the output voltage. Power delivery chargers and power supplies determine the charging voltage they should output based on the requirements of the connected portable electronics. This can make it challenging to use a Power Delivery charger or power bank at a fixed voltage in DIY applications.
This module offers a clever solution by allowing you to manipulate the PD power source to output a constant user-set voltage. It's an ideal solution for utilizing existing Power Delivery power supplies in custom DIY electronic projects, whether they involve robotics, Arduino, or Raspberry Pi.
The second product image illustrates the dip switch combinations to achieve your desired voltage, which can be 5v, 9v, 12v, 15v, or 20v. Keep in mind that your Power Delivery power supply must be capable of providing 20v (PD2.0) if that's the configuration you need. Please note that this module cannot increase the output voltage and can only provide up to the available input voltage. Some Power Delivery power supplies have maximum output limits, especially standard PD1.0 units.
Input: Power Delivery USB Type-C
Fast Charging Supported Protocols: PD2.0, PD3.0 QC2.0, QC3.0 and AFC
Output: 5v, 9v, 12v, 15v or 20v (Dip Switch User Set)
Dimensions: 31 x 20mm