Voltage Regulator - 12vDC output
Our new voltage regulator does one job, simply and effectively — takes an input of 7-36 volts dc and outputs a regulated 12 volt dc current.
Useful on both 12 and 24 volt systems — on 24 volt systems it reduces the voltage down to 12 volts, and on 12 volt systems it ensures a constant 12 volt current.
A constant, regulated current ensures that the gauge read-out does not alter with voltage fluctuations.
One regulator works for multiple gauges, able to provide 12 volts to the whole dashboard (up to 3A) and replacing the need for individual dropping resistors on a 24 volt system.
As an example; a standard Wema 52mm gauge will draw a maximum current of 130mA, so each 3A voltage regulator can supply power for up to 20 standard gauges.
The built in heat-sink ensures the heavy duty die-cast aluminium body stays cool through simple air convection.
All the electronics are sealed providing IP68 (submersible up to 1.5m deep for at least 30 mins) protection from the elements.
The NCC & NICHICON internal capacitor ensures high efficiency and a long service life of up to 100,000 hours.
|Rated Input Voltage||
8V / 12V / 24V
|Input Voltage Range||
7 - 36 Volts dc
64 * 57 * 22mm
-40ºC to +80ºC
|Protection||Short Circuit, Low Voltage,
Overload & Over Temperature
|Ripple & Noise||150mVp-p|
|No Load Loss||28mA|
|Input Cable||Red / Black|
|Output Cable||Yellow / Black|
|Compliance||ROHS / CE|
Here you can find answers to some popular questions, for anything else please contact us by email or by phone and we'll be happy to help.
- How to identify and order a new or replacement level sender
- What is NMEA 2000?
- How to decide the length of a sender
- What's the difference between the S3 and S5 senders?
- How to test a sender
- How to test a gauge
- What's the difference between European and American resistance?
- Connecting two senders to one gauge
- Connecting two gauges to one senders
- Tachometer FAQ's
- Replacing a floating arm sender
- Sender Identification Chart
- Discontinued Senders - a list of discontinued senders