THIS LISTING IS FOR A COMPLETE PRE-ASSEMBLED AND TESTED MODULE INCLUDING POWER BRICK AND HEATER INTERCONNECT CABLES
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The REFC Labs Advanced Telemetry Module is a Lab designed 3D-printed single or dual bay DC-DC buck/stepdown module housing which seamlessly adapts one or more UCTronics Buck Modules into a sleek, compact, and powerful desktop variable voltage power controller. The ATM is the world's first economically-minded, advanced multi-heater controller offering world class precision and accuracy. These controllers are immune to voltage drift, very easy to install and use, and offer huge flexibility and power.
The ATM Delivers:
- Advanced discrete multi-core control with accuracy to +/- .01V/,01A./01W
- Digitally controlled and saved output is immune to voltage drift caused by component tolerance
- Compatibility with other 12v heaters like Collyland*, Herborizer, Woodscents & more!
- Supports up to 5 amps per channel and up to 10 amps max combined with an adequate supply
- Programmable OverVolt, OverAmp, Constant Current, Constant voltage, Memory presets
- Monitors input / supply voltage
- Monitors output Voltage, Amperage, and Wattage
- 2x programmable preset shortcuts for "runtime" and "boost" modes!
- 10x total presets for various device profiles
- Sits upright (desk mode) or tilted back (coffee table mode)
- Takes one screwdriver and 10 minutes to assemble
- Runs on any DC power source up to 30*v with sufficient ampacity
- Passively vented
- 1 Pair detent release holes per slot (to release the buck module if needed)
What you get in your complete ATM kit:
1x complete REFC Labs Advanced Telemetry Module of your selection
1x or 2x Male-Male 5.5x2.1mm heater interconnect cables depending on model
1x 24V 6A (120w) Power supply brick with 5.5x2.1mm male plug
These Modules are configured to use the left side connection as input, and the right side connection as output. Applying power supply voltage to the output side will power the unit on, but it it will function erratically and improperly. Please ensure you use the left port for powering the Module.