Does anyone know DC-DC60W module power converter SPD60-24S5?

Who used DC-DC60W module power converter SPD60-24S5 See: https://www.newbecca.com/product/13915214025

Is there a relationship between the good heat dissipation performance and the mounting orientation? What method can be used to get better test results; why I did not reach the actual output rating during use, I now suspect that the manufacturer's instructions are problematic.

by deskely
November 08, 2018

What sort of load are you driving?

by mikerogerswsm
November 08, 2018

Do you have a datasheet for the device?

by mikerogerswsm
November 08, 2018

We really need to look at the datasheet and your usage before you start blaming the manufacturer. Is the spec actually for 60W continuous or is this just the acceptable peak of a nominal 40W usage? Are you taking 60W maximum or is it 60W average with occasional peaks which cause the protection to operate?

If you would prefer not to answer this is of course your prerogative, but good answers depend on good information.

by mikerogerswsm
November 09, 2018
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