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  • meetyg
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    https://www.droking.com/dc-power-supply/400W-NC-Voltage-Regulator-Power-Supply-Module-DC-6-65V-to-0-60V-8A-Buck-Adapter-Charger-Voltmeter-Ammeter-Capacity-Meter-Time-Meter
    <p style=”text-align: right;”>Hi,
    I would like to know what is the minimum voltage difference for this product?
    For example, if I supply 14.4v, can it output 14.0v ?
    Thanks?</p>

    Drok
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    Hello meetyg,

    Do you need 14v exactly? This voltage difference is too small, output may not be very accurate.

    Best regards,

    DROK

    meetyg
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>The input would be 14.4v. But with the output, I would like to have as close as possible to 14.0v. 13.8v would also be fine. The question is what is the minimum voltage difference for this model?</p>
    Is it dependent on the input voltage or is it a constant delta (for example 1.5v difference)?

    Basically my use is to charge a Lithium battery using a constant voltage power supply. Since Lithium needs constant current, I thought of using this device in between the power supply and the battery. I would like to charge the battery to around 14.0v

    Thanks.

    Drok
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    Hello, from 14.4v to 14v or 13.8v, the difference is too small, actual output may be not very accurate.

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