Converter module

  • 14-Jun-2011 11:42 EDT
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The Traco Power TEN 40N Series of dc-dc converters from Power Sources Unlimited is a family of high-performance 40-W converter modules featuring 4:1 and 2:1 input voltage ranges in a 1 x 2 x 0.4 in (25.4 x 50.8 x 10.16 mm) package with industry-standard footprint. With input voltages up to 75 V dc and improved electromagnetic compatibility characteristics, the converter is suitable for demanding applications in railroad and transportation systems. Additional standard features include remote on/off, over voltage protection, under voltage lockout, and short circuit protection. Low-input current characteristics at minimal load make the converters suitable for battery-operated systems. Typical applications include wireless networks, telecom/datacom, industry control systems, and measurement equipment. Operating temperature range is -40 to +71°C (-40 to +160°F).

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