We’re huge long-term fans of your excellent products, and had a question about the D24V50F5 (5V, 5A Step-Down Voltage Regulator). What is the max capacitive load for this product? We’re powering a large distributed LED string array that requires a lot of capacitance to stabilize the power supply at the various nodes because of the inductance of the long wires. We generally use this part because it has a 3,300uF max capacitive load: https://www.murata.com/products/productdata/8807037992990/oki-78sr.pdf?1613964620000, but would much rather use yours, since it can supply so much more current. I know most DC-DC converters are rather finicky about large capacitive loads for both start-up (tripping short circuit protection) and stability.
To give a few specifics about our project, it’s based around a Teensy 3.x/4.x, and drives LED strings with up to 3000uF of distributed capacitance in the system between the 5V supply and ground. The input to the DC-DC converter is a 9.6V NiMH RC battery pack. And if you have other DC-DC voltage converters with 5V output with the ability to drive highly capacitive loads, that would be super helpful information as well.