Isolated DC-DC converters for information and communications gear introduced by TDK-Lambda
SAN DIEGO, 7 Oct. 2014. TDK-Lambda Americas Inc. in San Diego is introducing the 300-Watt TDK-Lambda iEH series of isolated DC-DC converters for information, communications, semiconductor manufacturing, measuring, and industrial equipment.
With digital non-linear adaptive control, these power electronics devices provide better dynamic performance, improved system stability and reduced component count, TDK officials say. Operating from a 48 volts DC nominal input, the iEH series can provide output voltages of 9.6 to 12 volts with currents to 33 amps.
The converters are in the industry-standard eight-brick package and include a baseplate with mounting holes for use with an external heat sink. Optimization of components using digital control enables to 192 Watts of output power with 200LFM airflow in an 85 degrees Celsius ambient.
Input to output isolation is 2,250 volts DC and input to baseplate is 1,500 volts DC. All models have remote on/off, over current, input under/over voltage protection, output over voltage protection and over temperature protection.
For more information contact TDK-Lambda online at www.us.tdk-lambda.com.