DC-DC converter for military and rugged power electronics applications introduced by Aegis

MURPHY, N.C., 4 Jan. 2016. Aegis Power Systems Inc. in Murphy, N.C., is introducing the LMA501 DC-DC converter for military and other rugged power electronics applications that must operate in harsh environments.

Jan 4th, 2016
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

MURPHY, N.C., 4 Jan. 2016. Aegis Power Systems Inc. in Murphy, N.C., is introducing the LMA501 DC-DC converter for military and other rugged power electronics applications that must operate in harsh environments.

This power supply delivers high power capability and high efficiency in a low-profile, easy-to-mount layout. The LMA501 provides 750 Watts of power with 93 percent typical efficiency and is designed as a complement to the Aegis Power Systems VME550 series of rack-mounted 28Vdc power cards.

The LMA501 can also be configured with other output voltages of 12, 24, and 48 volts DC and may be paralleled for higher power capabilities.

The cold-plate-ooled LMA501 power converter measures - 4.5 by 6 by 0.75 inches, making it suitable for use in a variety of compact devices including unmanned vehicles, aircraft, robotics, and defense equipment.

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Additionally, this rugged DC-DC converter is designed to meet portions of MIL-STD-810F vibration and shock requirements and designed to meet portions of the MIL-STD-461E electro-magnetic interference requirements.

Aegis Power Systems can customize the LMA501 for specialized configurations to meet specific requirements. For more information contact Aegis Power Systems online at www.aegispower.com.

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