The supply I used is 450W, but really anything 300W or above would be suitable. The LTC3870 goes upto 30V and 10amps, plenty of headroom for most electronics projects.Thanks for checking out my instructable, hope it proves helpful for you.
The 24V is coming from the LTC3870 module (step up step down converter). This allows the voltage to be adjusted up or down from the 12V input
Hey mate, I've used 16 Ga Wire and this is plenty of head room for my uses (Generally lots of electronics projects wont pull anywhere near this) However if you think you will need to pull over around 10amps for any reason i would suggest as said above maybe going up to 12 Ga or doubling up wire. Personally never pulled anything near this
Thanks for your comment update coming soon!
Thankyou! Honestly made my life 200x easier as a maker and looks great! Hopefully it also helps me getting more projects done! Its so simple and cheap everyone shoulkd have one aha
Hey Jim can you elaborate? Dont' quite understand :) Each set of voltages have there own gnd wire.
Agreed, might add this to my list of improvements. However heat has not been an issue at all yet!
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