Low-voltage power converter for military and commercial vetronics offered by Stadium Power

DISS, England, 8 Sept. 2015. Stadium Power in Diss, England, is introducing the KCOBRA150 low profile, non-isolated, low-voltage input power converter for military and commercial vehicle electronics (vetronics) applications.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

DISS, England, 8 Sept. 2015. Stadium Power in Diss, England, is introducing the KCOBRA150 low profile, non-isolated, low-voltage input power converter for military and commercial vehicle electronics (vetronics) applications.

The low voltage input capability prevents the converter from turning off when the vehicle's engine is cranking, ensuring continuous operation of electronic equipment connected to its output.

Measuring 19 by 45 by 83 millimeters, the KCOBRA150 converter operates from an input range of 6 to 32 volts DC, provides a DC output over the range 0.8 to 28 volts DC at 150 Watts, and has an operating temperature range of -46 to 90 degrees Celsius.

The King Cobra Range is designed to EN60950-1, EMC MIL-STD 461 E-F, and is supplied with a 3 year warranty. Able to withstand challenging environments, the convection-cooled units will operate up to 51,000 feet altitude and 1,500 feet below sea level in humid conditions in the range 5 to 95 percent RH non-condensing.

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For more information contact Stadium Power online at www.stadiumpower.co.uk.

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