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DC-DC converters

8 October 2014 Power Electronics / Power Management

Sunpower’s SDS-025A/B/Cxx series of single-output DC-DC converters accept input voltages in the ranges of 9,5 – 18 V, 18 – 36 V or 36 – 72 V, respectively, and deliver up to 25 W to isolated outputs of 5 V, 12 V, 24 V or 48 V (adjustable within ±10%. They are suitable for a variety of applications running in temperatures between -10°C and +70°C.

Features include a power-on LED indicator, protection against over-voltage, overload and short circuit, with reliability ensured by 100% full load burn-in testing during manufacture. The ventilated metal units meet the LVD standard as well as global standards governing electromagnetic emissions, and come with a two-year warranty.



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