28-volt DC-DC converters introduced by Vicor for military COTS power electronics applications in harsh environments

ANDOVER, Mass., 29 June 2010. Vicor Corp. in Andover, Mass., is introducing a family of 28-volt DC-DC converters called the DC Mini Series for MIL-COTS and industrial applications in harsh environments that operate from 12-or 24-volt inputs, which are typical for battery systems in vehicles. These encapsulated power supplies have input ranges of 9 to 36 volts, and use a proprietary spin-fill process for void-free encapsulation. The 28-volt DC Mini Series power electronics models offer eight different output voltages ranging from 3.3 to 48 volts with a maximum power of 150 Watts, and four operating temperature grades, including -55 degrees Celsius.

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ANDOVER, Mass., 29 June 2010. Vicor Corp. in Andover, Mass., is introducing a family of 28-volt DC-DC converters called the DC Mini Series for military COTS and industrial applications in harsh environments that operate from 12-or 24-volt inputs, which are typical for battery systems in vehicles.

These encapsulated military power supplies have input ranges of 9 to 36 volts, and use a proprietary spin-fill process for void-free encapsulation. The 28-volt DC Mini Series power electronics models offer eight different output voltages ranging from 3.3 to 48 volts with a maximum power of 150 Watts, and four operating temperature grades, including -55 degrees Celsius. Baseplate options include slotted, threaded, and through-hole.

For more information contact Vicor online at www.vicorpower.com.

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