DC/DC Converters Are Compact And Cost Effective

RECOM’s REC15E-Z Series dc/dc converters consist of 15W devices with wide input voltage ranges and sport a footprint measuring 1 in. x 1 in. Rated for 600-Vdc isolation and output currents up to 4A, the components specify efficiency up to 90% and low ripple/noise, with no minimum load. The wide 4:1 input voltage ranges accept 9V to 36V or 18V to 75V and the inputs are protected against transients up to 100V. Other features include undervoltage lock out plus short-circuit and overload protection. Operating temperature range is from -40°C to +75°C without derating. The converters are fully certified to industrial EMC and safety standards, and come with a three-year warranty.

 

For more information about RECOM’s new REC15E-Z DC/DC Series converters, visit RECOM and Rutronik.

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