Output exceeds power supply specifications

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I have a question. I hope you guys can help me. I have an adjustable ac-dc converter. Rated Output is 27VDC, 5.6A. On specs it says that "Adjustable output voltage (-5% to +10%)" I want to use this unit to get a 24vdc power supply. Is that possible? I am done to fine tune it to 24vdc output. But I don't have idea if this will have any effect on the unit or its performance.

Any opinion?

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varo_88 says:

5% -> 27V then 1.35 V, so minimum output will be 25.65 V (27-1.35). As the guaranteed output reaches this voltage, the setting can decrease. You probably won't have any other changes in power supply performance.

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varo_88 said:

5% -> 27V then 1.35 V, so minimum output will be 25.65 V (27-1.35). As the guaranteed output reaches this voltage, the setting can decrease. You probably won't have any other changes in power supply performance. Varo

Yes, I think the efficiency of the converter will be affected a little bit.

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evanfrdhs said:

Yes, I think the efficiency of the converter will be affected a little bit.
maffyR8 says:

OK, thank you guys. Taking into account this, I think I should look for a unit that fits better in order to get more precise results. :)

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