PORT COQUITLAM, British Columbia, 18 Oct. 2011. Tri-M Technologies Inc. in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, is introducing the TPSi1075 PC/104-Plus DC-DC power solution for military, aerospace, railway, and industrial automation embedded computing applications in rugged environments. The TPSi1075 is designed to meet MIL standards for shock and vibration, transient suppression, and extended temperatures.
The TPSi1075 offers in input and output protection, DC-DC conversion, and system reliability. The power electronics device has as much as 94 percent galvanic isolation, wide input voltage range, and quick-disconnect terminal plugs.
The TPSi1075 offers active input voltage clamping, high voltage transient suppressors, reverse polarity, and short circuit protection. “Previously, system integrators required additional modules and equipment to isolate and protect their embedded systems," says Stephen Quinn, Tri-M’s international business development manager.
For more information contact Tri-M online at www.tri-m.com.
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