Design boards for high-temperature, high voltage isolated DC-DC converters introduced by Cissoid

MONT-SAINT-GUIBERT, Belgium, 22 June 2010. Cissoid S.A. in Mont-Saint-Guibert, Belgium, is introducing reference design and demonstration boards called Stromboli for high-temperature, high voltage isolated DC-DC converters that operate in temperatures from -55 to 225 degrees Celsius.

The Stromboli power/analog electronics devices can convert input voltages as high as 400 volts into several, symmetrical if required, output voltages up to +/-25 volts. The galvanic isolation between input an outputs is at least 10 milliwatts at 500 volts.

Stromboli technology can help designers build isolated DC-DC converters that deliver as much as 150 Watts of output power. The input voltage range can be adapted to cover the 540-volt input voltage requirement of industrial applications and the level of isolation can be brought as high as the 2.5 kilovolts required for some aeronautics applications.

The demonstration board is available in two versions, one for input voltage ranges of 15 to 40 volts and the other for 150 to 350 volts. Both versions provide a symmetrical output at +/-12 volts and can deliver 25 Watts with efficiencies to 70 percent at 225 C.

The Stromboli technology includes an Application Note, a reference design, and a demonstration board with the related datasheet, schematics, and bill-of-material. For more information contact Cissoid online at www.cissoid.com.

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