Introduction: The Introduction of XL6009 Step-up Power Module DC-DC Converter

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ICStation team have developed this new product-XL6009 Step-up Power Module recently.We share the knowledge of this product in details and show you the actual testing results with the digital storage oscilloscope.You could find the information about applicable occasion, feature,function,diagram, and testing results through this article.

Applicable occasion:
1.experiment teaching
2.temporarily set up power supply in the outdoor
3.car(audio, electric fan)power supply
4.industrial power display

Feature:
1.XL6009 Step-up Power Module uses XL6009 as main control chip to realize broader scope of application about boosting.
2.It shows the adjusted results intuitively with the digital tube.
3.There is no need to use the multimeter, which will be more convenient.
4.Equipped with the Schottky diode,you need not to be worried about wrong operation.
5.It adds ventilation hole on PCB to enhance the capacity of heat dissipation.

Tools you need to test:
1.Copper Wire
2.Copper Cylinder
3.Nut
4.Pin Header
5.Screw Driver
6.Power Connector
7.Terminal Wire Connector


Description:
Input voltage:4.2-32V
Output voltage:5-52V
Maximum input current:4A
Transfer efficiency:94%
Output ripple:50mV
Operating temperature:-40℃~+85℃

Step 1: Function Introduction

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①The voltage display
②Indicating input and output voltage area
③Function key:
Short press: input/output display options
Moderate press: Enter the fine-tuning state and increase or decrease the offset(the default is 0). when the voltage display      inaccurate use , you can short press to regulate, long press or long press to restore.
Long press: the state of low power consumption, the digital tube and the lights are out, the normal work of the module. Click the button again to restore. Normal display
④Adjust output voltage :
Clockwise----- increasing voltage
Counterclockwise----reduce the voltage
⑤schottky diode provides protection of reverse connection.
⑥High frequency capacitance to eliminate electric spark

Step 2: Diagram

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Step 3: Testing Result:Input Voltage 5V

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Test condition:
Input voltage:5V
Output voltage:6.2V

The actual testing results:
Output voltage:6.21V 
Output ripple:78mv(higher than the description, caused by the power supply by the preliminary analysis)

Step 4: Testing Result:Input Voltage 30V

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Test condition:
Input voltage:30V
Output voltage:52.7V

The actual testing results:
Output voltage:52.3V
Output ripple: 1.76V(the value of voltage is unstable caused by the low output capacitance and low input current)

Note: When the voltage is much higher, the corresponding current will be higher (at least 3A). Otherwise the power supply will mistaken for short circuit and display abnormally.

Comments

hpb (author)2014-01-14

Is this a boost converter or a buck? the title says its a step-up converter which would indicate that this maybe a boost converter. Also could you please tell us what the current ratings at input and output are? As in, if the input voltage is lower than the output voltage then by what margin does the output current reduce as compared to the input?

ICStation (author)hpb2014-01-14

Thank you for your good questions!

It's a boost converter. And as it's described, the maximum input current is 4A. The output current is 0~4A which is according to the law of conservation of energy that it changes with the output voltage.

Any unclear, please feel free to share with us.

Best regards,
ICStation Team

StephenF89 (author)ICStation2017-08-07

The data sheet says it has Maximum 4A Switching Current and I suppose it is in the output stage. So, could this mean the input current could be higher? And thus, you can max out your power by increasing the input current as long as it will not reach or go beyond the maximum ratings?
datasheet link:
https://www.pollin.de/productdownloads/D351434D.PD...

_077 (author)2017-01-13

Please help me,you can give me skema diagram for make power supplay n buck regulator using this chip(XL6009)

StephenF89 (author)_0772017-08-07

kool-lites (author)2015-01-06

These are cool units. But When you wind the variable poteniometer too high they seem to pop, and then only pass through the input voltage. Has any one else found this issue?

Better still does anyone know of to fix it, or are they toaseted?

I suggest you to replace the potentiometer. rest of the circuit remains ok.

tejesh4k (author)2014-11-01

I have a 7.4v li ion battery will I get 12v 1.5a from xl6009

HARISHCHANDRA K (author)tejesh4k2017-03-30

You have not informed the AH capacity of your Battery. Any way the module is useful for currents less than 1Amp. If you exceed that limit,the module will become hot & some of the SMD components come off. In your case,though the module works, it may not last more than few seconds.

KuGanathanK (author)tejesh4k2017-01-24

S

ArunG9 (author)tejesh4k2016-04-19

You can get but current is reduced

hmakwana (author)2016-05-16

hi I amusong 12v 2a supply an I need 50v @ 180ma will I get from this.

KuGanathanK (author)hmakwana2017-01-24

Yes

NIHARS5 (author)2016-07-12

Do you have an IP65 version of this model? We need to use it in an LED streetlight which operates on 32V 600mah. We will input24V DC into the driver. Is the output self adjusting or is there a preset function??

KuGanathanK (author)NIHARS52017-01-24

There is preset function

boyrock375 (author)2016-07-12

im using this chip in a home made battery bank with 18650 cells just to step up the 3.5 - 4.2 volts up from the cells to 5 volts but the output capacitor on the chip is getting really hot and im not sure why

SangeethC1 (author)2016-05-12

can i power a 100Watt single led using this XL6009 ? i am using a 19.5V 4.7A sony laptop adapter. 100watt led needs 3A at 36W. will there be any heating issues ?

AlibiJ (author)2016-04-30

How many watts can the XL6009 produce handle. I am trying to power two 50 watt cob led chips (cheap eBay ones) , I have two of these XL6009's. I have some computer, phone AC/DC adapters and an old PC power supply. I really don't want to use the PC supply because these lights will be used in a grow shed. Plus I am not sure how to use it right. I have looked at 50 watt and 100 watt led drivers but this seemed cheaper. So I need to know how many watts can this produce and what power supply do I need to get this to power a 50 watt led chip. I also saw a 150 watt boost converter, if the XL6009 can't safely power a 50 watt Cob chip, can the 150 watt boost converter power 2, 50 watt led chips, and if so, can I use a PC adapter to run the 150W Boost converter or a 12v ac/DC adapter.

james.heires (author)2015-08-14

ICStation,

Thanks for publishing this instructable. I'm seeking to convert 5VDC (from a USB port on a TV) to 12VDC to power a backlight using LEDs. The LEDs require 2-3 Amps for the entire 5 meter strip light. Will this device be able to deliver 2A at 12V with a typical 5V USB source?

InaW (author)james.heires2015-09-16

This won't work. Your LEDs need between 24W and 36W (2Ax12V, 3Ax12V). A typical USB Port gives you 500mA at 5V, equals 2.5W. Wall-Chargers with a USB connection usually deliver 1A, 1.5A or 2A, => 5W/7.5W/10W.

24W-36W for LEDs is a lot. Propably this is more than half than your TV's consumption and you can't get this out of it's power supply.

zootalaws (author)2014-06-24

I am looking for a simple DC:DC converter to step down voltage from 12V to 5V, would this module be able to accomplish that?

Everything I have read talks about stepping up voltage, not dropping it down.

NathanB11 (author)zootalaws2015-05-18

What you need is either a linear regulator or a buck regulator. A linear regulator consumes unneeded energy and dissipates it as heat. It should be a perfectly good solution if all you need to power is a little processor or sensor or something. A buck converter is a switching power supply, meaning it's more intelligent and efficient about how it transforms the voltage, allowing you to deliver much more power.

lidserter (author)2014-04-18

Hello, nice module! if I want the display on front of a panel, is it possible to left it from the board and attach it to a panel? how could i make the connections?

zikzak1 (author)2014-01-13

so cool!! Been looking for a good source for reasonably priced buck convertors etc!!!

ICStation (author)zikzak12014-01-13

Thank you for your recomment!You can go through the link :

http://www.icstation.com/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=buck&x=0&y=0 to find more buck convertors. :)

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