Good things really do come in small packages and this 12v 3A UBEC is no exception to that rule. With high efficiency switch mode helping to provide better heat dissipation compared to linear voltage regulators and a shielded PCB design and output EMF coil helping to provide a stable and low noise voltage output, It has all the functionality of a top class UBEC but wont break the bank. This UBEC also features built-in reverse polarity protection for added peace of mind. What more could you ask for in a 12v output UBEC.
Input: 6-23V (2-5S LiPo, 2-6S Li-Fe or 5-15S NiXX battery pack)
Output: 12V/3A (Less than 50mV peak to peak voltage @ 2A)
Dimensions: 57.0 x 14 x 25.0mm
Been using this to power 2.1Amps worth of LED lights and a video transmitter on my quadcopter for about 18 months. Had no problems to date.terrible would not even give a total 1 amp and varied the from .1 to .5 amps a ton don't get this get any but this its baaaad ...........
This regulator DOES NOT WORK for inputs less than about 14v, which means that it is completely useless for 3s lipo packs, and will even start dropping voltage when a 4s pack gets very low.
Hobbyking blatantly lied about the required input voltage.
When it has enough voltage, the regulator does seem to work properly, at least at relatively low loads.This is not a buck-boost regulator.
Very noisy in UHF band (300Mhz - 3Ghz) with spurious transients right around 433MHz. So do not use this if you plan on using a LRS.!! Go Linear :)12V 3A UBEC - 2 ~ 5S LiPo (6-23v) electrically very good, I am very happy to use this ubec, distribution of electric current is very stable, thanks hobbykingsteady 12v good to make sure dont blow anythingFine and pure current from this UBEC, thumbs up!Great UBES - no problems at all - does not get too warm - I have used for mobius gimbal and fpv camerasWorked fine for about 3 hours, then I plugged in the quad to go for a flight and it randomly started pouring smoke. Opened up the shrinkwrap and the whole thing was melted and burned... No idea what caused it, but it wasn't my installation. Guess just a faulty unit. It was only being pushed with 4S power, so it wasn't overpowered.For 4S multicopter.. I use it for stable 12v... yes I am going to buy when I need more