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How can I get around current limiter of this buck-boost converter to achieve a lot higher current output than max rated current output for a very short amount of time ?

Does having high continuous current discharge power source at the input help it in any way ?

This buck-boost converter offers roughly the output power I need (80 - 120 Watts) but I need only low to moderate voltages (2.5V to 5.75V) to achieve those power levels.

# Manufacturer max rating :-10 Amps, has 15 Amps onboard protection fuse

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# For typical output voltage range : 2.5V to 5.75V

# Power input :- Parallel 2 X 3.6 V (nominal) + Parallel 2 X 3.6 V (nominal) in series (7.2V nominal) lithium-ion batteries with max continuous current discharge of 20 Amps per battery.

# Application :- Repurposing for DIY electronic cigarette (e-cig)

The product is listed

Does having high continuous current discharge power source at the input help it in any way ?

This buck-boost converter offers roughly the output power I need (80 - 120 Watts) but I need only low to moderate voltages (2.5V to 5.75V) to achieve those power levels.

# Manufacturer max rating :-10 Amps, has 15 Amps onboard protection fuse

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**Desired output current**:- Up to 25 Amps**for 5 seconds or less**at a time# For typical output voltage range : 2.5V to 5.75V

# Power input :- Parallel 2 X 3.6 V (nominal) + Parallel 2 X 3.6 V (nominal) in series (7.2V nominal) lithium-ion batteries with max continuous current discharge of 20 Amps per battery.

# Application :- Repurposing for DIY electronic cigarette (e-cig)

The product is listed

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