3.3V/1A DC-DC Power Supply (H03R00)


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3.3V / 1A DC-DC Buck Power Supply With Terminal Block Input

Stage: Alpha

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H03R00 is a compact DC-DC buck power supply with a 3.3V/1A DC output and 5-40V DC input. The output voltage is provided through Hexabitz SMD edge-pad connectors (3.3V on top and GND on bottom). The -T module version comes with a 5.08mm terminal block connector for input voltage. Use this module to power all your Hexabitz creations (and other hardware) from a DC source (battery, AC/DC wall adapter, etc.)


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Technical Specifications

  • Input voltage: +5V to +40V DC.
  • Output voltage: +3.3V DC.
  • Output current: 1A.
  • Six output power ports (+3.3V and GND).
  • TI LM2575SX-3.3/NOPB high-efficiency, 1A, step-down, switching voltage regulator:
    • 52 kHz Fixed Frequency Internal Oscillator.
    • Thermal shutdown and current limit protection.
  • Green power-OK LED.
  • Input voltage connector: TE Connectivity/AMP 2-position 5.08mm shrouded header.

Physical Properties

  • Shape: Hexagon
  • Size: 30 mm short diagonal
  • Area: 7.8 cm^2
  • Weight: 4 g
  • Soldermask Color: Dark green
  • Finish: ENIG (gold) or HASL-LF (tin)

Bill of Materials

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Frequently Asked Questions

A: Depends on type of modules connected but usually 40+ modules can be powered from a single H03R00.

A: You can solder wires and many types of connectors to the SMD edge pads. Our favorite one is the 2-pin 2.54mm male header which fits there perfectly but many other connectors work fine as well.

A: Theoretically you can do that as the edge PCB connectors are perfect to connect modules in parallel. However, be careful, as sometimes small variations in output voltage might cause current to flow from one power supply to another. We will have in the future dedicated modules to handle load-sharing between power supplies!

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  • Documentation / Factsheet (PDF)
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