DC/DC Module Covers Tight-Quarter, Low-Power Apps

TRACO POWER’s TRN 1 family of isolated, high performance dc/dc converter modules cover a wide range of low power applications where space is limited. The TRN 1 series features wide 2:1 input ranges, a full load -40°C to +90°C operating temperature range and are available in a compact SIP or SMD package (suffix SM).

 

The TRN 1 family consists of 64 standard models offering input ranges of 4.5 to 13.2 / 9 to 18 / 18 to 36 / 36 to 72 Vdc; and output voltages of 3.3 / 5 / 12 / 15 / 24 / ±5 / ±12 / ±15 Vdc. The converters feature tight regulation (0.2% Line / 1% Load max) with no minimum load required; 1,600 VDC I/O Isolation; efficiency ranging from 77% to 82%; full load operating temperature range of -40°C to +90°C; short-circuit protection; and MTBF of 7,400,000h per MIL-HDBK-217F at 25°C. Units are potted in a non-conductive plastic case and measure 0.47 in. x 0.3 in. x 0.43 in. (SIP) or 0.47 in. x 0.44 in. x 0.30 in. (SMD). Units are manufactured to IEC 60950-1 standards, qualified to MIL-STD-810F Thermal Shock & Vibration standards, are Reach / RoHS compliant and supported with a three-year warranty. For more info, peruse the TRN 1 datasheet.

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