DC-DC converters for extreme-temperature power electronics uses introduced by VPT

BLACKSBURG, Va., 1 June 2016. VPT Inc. in Blacksburg, Va., is introducing the HTD Series of DC-DC converters for harsh and extreme-temperature power electronics environments including aircraft engine electronics, downhole oil and gas, wireline logging tools, and similar industrial applications requiring reliable operation in high temperatures.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

BLACKSBURG, Va., 1 June 2016. VPT Inc. in Blacksburg, Va., is introducing the HTD Series of DC-DC converters for harsh and extreme-temperaturepower electronics environments including aircraft engine electronics, downhole oil and gas, wireline logging tools, and similar industrial applications requiring reliable operation in high temperatures.

The HTD isolated 1.5 Watt DC-DC converter operates from -55 to 155 degrees Celsius and the HTD non-isolated DC-DC converters operate from -55 to 185 C. Each model has dual outputs and is designed using thick film hybrid microcircuit technology, bare semiconductor die integrated with passive components, and thick film conductors on a ceramic substrate.

Within the HTD design, component-attach and die bonding are optimized for high temperature life, and hermetic metal packaging protects internal components for long-term reliability.

Each HTD Series product has a low profile of 0.27 inches and measures less than an inch wide at 0.975 by 0.800 inches. The HTD Series of DC-DC converters are available for immediate sale.

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For more information and data sheets contact VPT online at www.vptpower.com.

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