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DC/DC converter line offers over 2,000 models

Posted: 21 May 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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XP Power has announced new additions to its I series of low power isolated DC/DC converters.

Consisting of 11 families, the series offers a range of industry standard mounting options including SIP, DIP and DIP24 with single and dual outputs, and now with either regulated or unregulated outputs. Four output power versions are available: 1W, 1.5W, 2W and 3W.

The converters' size, as small as 11.68mm x 6.1mm x 9.65mm for the 1W models, occupies very little PCB space and allows designers to reduce the size of their end products. The standard pin-out configurations make the units a suitable low cost drop-in replacement part, without any need for PCB redesign. All models provide either 1,000Vdc or 3,000Vdc input to output isolation for a period of up to 1min, depending on the family. The IH and IN series also has 4,000-, 5,200- and 6,000Vdc isolation options available.

Input voltages covering the nominal values of 3.3-, 5-, 12-, 24- or 48Vdc 10 percent are available, with the IW and IU series offering a wide 2:1 input range, accepting 4.5-9 Vdc, 9-18Vdc, 18-36Vdc or 36 -72Vdc.

Single and dual output models are offered. The single output voltages are 3.3-, 5-, 9-, 12-, 15- or 24Vdc. Dual outputs provide 3.3-, 5-, 9-, 12-, 15- or 24Vdc.

All units, with the exception of the IS, operate on full power from -40C to 85C without derating. The IS model is rated from -25C to 85C, with derating above 70C. All models are able to operate in most environments without the need for additional heat sinking or forced airflow.

Pricing starts from $4.55 for the 1W IE models in OEM quantities.

- Ismini Scouras

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