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This Mini DC - DC Voltage Regulator is compatible with 2-6S and will step down the voltage to a selectable 5V or 12V. The voltage output is set by a simple solder tab; by default it is set to output 5 volts, with the solder tabs connected it will output 12 volts (the input voltage must be greater than 12V). It can output up 3A at 5V and 2A at 12V.
This voltage regulator is similar to the Matek 1.5A Mini BEC, the difference being this one can handle a wider input voltage 6-30V vs. 7-21V, and its output can be set at 5V or 9V, vs. 5V or 12V. The voltage output of this BEC is selected by a simple solder tab; by default it is set to output 5 volts, with the solder tabs connected it will output 9 volts.
This UBEC is suited to high voltage applications. The UBEC accepts a 11.1v - 50.4v (3-12S LiPo) voltage input and outputs a jumper seletable 5V / 12V continuous current of 5A with a 10A burst rating. There is a switch to manuaully turn on and off the output and an LED to indicate when it is live.
The device features a high efficiency switching DC-DC regulator, which provides better heat dissipation when compared to linear voltage regulators. Furthermore its shielded PCB design and output EMF coil help provide a stable and low noise voltage output.
This powerful voltage regulator is suited to big models or electical applications demanding lots of power. The UBEC accepts a 7.2v - 26v (2-6S LiPo) voltage input and outputs a jumper seletable 5V / 12V continuous current of 5A with a 8A burst rating. There is a switch to manuaully turn on and off the output and an LED to indicate when it is live.
Known for their excellent quality, value and performance, this 20A HV SBEC by YEP is a must have for any model where clean, reliable power for your electronics is required. Offering a wide input voltage range of 6~50V, the YEP 20A SBEC can be used with just about any application from small models all the way up to 800 size helis or large gas airplanes.
Dr. Mad Thrust series 3A BEC with Inbuilt Aux Controlled On/Off Switch for Accessories - An efficient switching regulator providing a reliable and efficient 3A (5A burst) power supply for your RX, which is 5v or 6v selectable via a jumper plug. Input voltage ranges from 7.4v (2s) to 30v (8s) and the unit has been designed to offer minimal output noise.
This is our smallest 5v DC regulator; it's vanishingly small in size so you'll have no problem finding space for it on even the tiniest of micro drones. The regulator outputs a set 5 volts rated at up to 1amp and converts from a 2-6S (6.5-25.5V) power supply.
The regulator also boasts a built in LC-filter, which will help clean up your power supply to provide a interference free power source to your electronics - this is especially important for FPV setups which are sensitive to voltage ripples or noise in their power supplies.
This is a powerful UBEC designed for high-amp applications, for instance large helicopters or fixed-wing aircraft with many servos.
The UBEC is an external switching mode DC-DC regulator; it draws the DC voltage from 2-6S Lipo battery and drops it to a voltage level that is suitable for receivers and other electronic devices (5.0V-8.4V). It provides a very stable output current, rated at 10Amps / 20Amps burst.
The output voltage is programmable by dip switches and it is also switchable: On/Off. 4 output voltages: 5.0V/6.0V/7.4V/8.4V.
The Matek step-up voltage booster module can generate high output voltages from input voltages as low as 3V. It uses a high-efficiency DC-DC voltage regulator to increase the supplied input voltage. The output voltage can be adjusted from 5-15V via the potentiometer. The available output current is a function of the input voltage, output voltage, and efficiency - for these values make reference to the Typical Efficiency and Output Current Table found in the Manual.