20W Converters Meet EN 50155 And EN 61373

MINMAX's 20W MKZI20 family of 20W dc/dc converters consists of 18 models with ultra-wide input ranges of 9-36 / 18-75 / 40-160 Vin and outputs of 5 / 12 / 15 / 24 / ±12 / ±15V in a 1 in. x 2 in. x 0.43 in. shielded and encapsulated package. The MKZI20’s features: Reinforced Isolation rated for 3,000VAC; high efficiency up to 90%; wide operating Temperature range of -40°C to +95°C assure reliable performance for critical applications; tight regulation; low no-load power consumption; integral EMI filter to meet EN55022 Class A; remote on/off; and Vout Trim (±10%). Built-in protection circuits include under-voltage lockout, over-voltage, over-temperature, over-current and short circuit protection.

 

The MKZI20 family has been intensely qualified to meet: UL/cUL/EN 62368-1 (60950-1) standards with CB Report; railway certification to EN50155 (IEC60571); Fire Protection to EN45545-2; Shock & Vibration to EN61373; cooling, dry & damp heat testing to IEC/EN60068-2-1,2,30; and railway EMC standard to EN50121-3-2. All models are Conflict-Free / Reach / RoHS / Hazardous Substance Process Management (IECQ QC 080000) compliant and backed by a five-year warranty. Prices start at $26.5 each/299. An MKZI20 datasheet is available.

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