Base Plate Cooled DC-DC Brick Converters

Monday, June 10, 2013
Photo: Power Sources Unlimited

Power Sources Unlimited announced its portfolio of base-plate cooled DC-DC power supplies that are capable of providing up to 700W without the need for fan cooling or forced airflow for the unit to operate at full power.

Housed in rugged industry standard quarter, half and full brick packages, units feature 2:1 or 4:1 wide input voltage ranges, high-efficiency, over-current and short circuit protection, over-voltage and over temperature protection, output voltage adjust and remote on/off. Options include heat sinks, mounting kits, thermal pads and EMC chokes.

These converters are suitable for a broad range of applications but are best suited for railway and industrial applications. All models are RoHS compliant and have worldwide safety approvals. Reference individual datasheet for the complete list of compliances.

www.psui.com

 

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