2W/3W DC/DC Converters Sport Ultra-Wide 4:1 Input Range

MINMAX’s  2W MSCWI02 and 3W MSCWI03 families of isolated dc/dc converters with ultra-wide input ranges come in 14-pin surface-mount packages measuring 19 mm x 14.9 mm x 8.7 mm with remote On/Off control, Each MSCWI family of dc-dc converters consists of 18 models offering 4.5- to 12-, 9- to 36-, and 18- to 75-Vdc input ranges with single output models ranging 5 to 24 Vdc and dual output models ±12V or ±15V.

 

All models feature: I/O Isolation of 1.5 kVdc; efficiency up to 85%; ambient operating temperature range of -40°C to +80°C (with derating > 65°C for 3W); fast start-up time, tightly regulated outputs; no minimum load requirement; very low no-load power consumption (none with remote on/off); built-in Class A EMI filter; and under-voltage / overload / short-circuit protection. All models have been qualified for Lead-free Reflow Solder Process According to IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020D.1 and safety qualified to UL/cUL/IEC/EN 62368-1 (60950-1) and bear the CE Mark. Models are in stock and available for immediate evaluation. Pricing starts at $10.50 each/299 for 2W single-output 2 models.

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For more specs and data, check out the MSCWI02 and MSCWI03 datasheets.

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