2022-08-22 (M) 24EngPowerStation DC COMPLETE

A significant advantage to using bolts to hold the front and back together is that I don't have to know the depth of the electronics before cutting. It took a couple of guesses with the hardware length, but I made it as snug as possible. I kept a lot of M3 couplers on hand for this sort of build, and the open frame allowed for easy air movement across the power converter's heat sink.
Rear view with power light

The screen was more capable than I expected as it had a graphing capability. The output was reliable and confirmed by my volt-meter. I attached the battery so the unit would rest comfortably in my hand if I held it, and when I used an extended-capacity battery, it would stand upright. I ordered additional connectors, tips, and a carrying bag.
Front with accurate voltage

GitHub repo for 24EngPowerStation.

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