A boost converter (step-up converter) is a DC-to-DC power converter that steps up voltage (while stepping down current) from its input (supply) to its output (load).
The boost converter is used to "step up" an input voltage to some higher level, required by a load. This unique capability is achieved by storing energy in an inductor and releasing it to the load at a higher voltage.
Module name: 1800W boost constant current module
Module nature: non-isolated boost module (BOOST)
Input voltage: DC 10-60V
Output Voltage: DC 12 - 83V
Peak Current: upto 40A if good heat dissipation is provided
Input current: 10-30V input voltage, maximum current 30A 31-60V input voltage, maximum current 25A
Output current: 20A MAX. If more than 15A is being drawn, please increase the heat dissipation (related to the input and output voltage difference, the larger the differential voltage, the smaller the output current)
Constant current range: 0.8-20A (+/-0.3A)
Input anti-reverse connection: Yes (150A power MOS anti-reverse)