DC/DC Converters Withstand Industrial Environments

The MIZI03 family of 3W dc/dc converters reside in standard DIP-24 packages, ruggedized to meet EN 50155 and EN 61373 for increased temperature, humidity, shock, vibration, and other parameters for railway, transit and industrial applications. The family consists of 15 models with ultra-wide input ranges of 9-36 / 18-75 / 40-160 Vin and outputs of 5 / 12 / 15 / ±12 / ±15V in a small 1.25 in. x 0.8 in. x 0.47 in. encapsulated DIP-24 package. The MIZI03 family features: reinforced isolation rated for 3 kVac; efficiency up to 90%; operating temperature range from -40°C to +80°C (full-load); tight regulation; low no-load power consumption; and an EMI filter to meet EN55032 Class A.


Protection circuits include under-voltage lockout, over-voltage, over-temperature, over-current and short circuit protection. The MIZI03 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. Prices start at $26.99 each/299. For further insights, ogle the MIZI03 Datasheet.

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