So, I purchased a buck converter which was advertised to be able to range down to 0.8V but, as you can probably guess, it only goes down to 1.25V which I understand is the reference voltage for the chip it uses and quite common.
I'd like to know if there's an efficient and easy way that I can step down the output range further so that I can get down to that 0.8V or even 0V, without modifying the module too much.
I'll be using 24VDC as the input and the actual chip used in the converter, the XL4016, has a range of 1.25V to 36V.
The solution in EEVblog #221 is to replicate and replace the entire chip. That's just too much for me as I'm fairly new to electronics. Another solution might be to find another buck converter that has an even lower reference voltage but then it may not match up with my current requirements.