Like the title says, where could I find a suitable 12S voltage regulator/buck converter/UBEC that steps down the voltage to 12V? The reason I need it is because of a 12V DC to AC inverter for EL-wire. I can’t find any rated for such a high voltage, all i find is 40V max input.
I’ve used this for cooling fans and leds: Haven’t exploded on 12s
Be sure the buck converter you are going to buy is rated for the amount of current you want to draw from it. The suggested one by @vap is capable of 3A, but i would not draw more than 2A continous if i were you. If you need more then buy a bigger one.
I’m using one of these in my current build
Right, at 12V i wouldn’t recommend more than 1A on LM2576. Still enough for couple of leds.
I’ve cooked a couple of these when running 12v LED lights off of them for extended periods of time such as for bright underlighting. They get really hot.
Seems a little too small to handle the job I want to do. It probably works great for smaller applications though.
That’s some good current capabilities but the highest output voltage is only 9V.
@longhairedboy That should work, thanks!