Whether you need your electronic equipment to work at high altitudes, in the arctic or in deserts, our converters will supply steady voltage without a risk of failure. Order one right away!
A General Look at Our ** V to * V DC to DC Converters
- Available in power level variants from 10 to 1200 W
- Narrow input configuration 12, 24, 27 and 48, (10.2 to 75 VDC voltage ranges)
- Wide input configuration 12 W, 24 W and 27 W (10.2 to 50 VDC voltage range)
- Galvanic isolation of input and output
- Better thermal management allows operation in environment without external cooling
- Durable and resistant against mechanical stress
More Reasons to Pick a 10.2 V to 75 V DC DC Converter
Mutual separation of the input and output in these converters not only reduces the amount of electrical noise, but also increases the overall safety and enables more configuration variants.
Most of our converters feature modern conductive cooling solutions, which enable us to get rid of over 90% of excess heat through the cooling surface. Natural convection cooling options are possible as well.
Frost, heat, moisture or mechanical impact – our converters are, to a large degree, able to withstand these as well, making them perfect for uses in situations where your average converter would run at a high risk of malfunction. Take a look at the list of possible uses of our products and also don't forget to check the individual datasheet for more information in this regard.
Both high and low-altitude equipment, telecom, radars, trains and much, much more – there are myriads of possible applications of our converters. Chances are your equipment can benefit from them as well. Give them a try!
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These Are Your Options With Regards to Our DC DC Converters in 10.2 V to 75 V Range
Whether narrow or input ranges, these converters are a perfect fit for both. Their dual-channel versions enable a variety of output connections, while the single-channel versions allow for synchronous rectification to 27 VDC. TESND devices usually feature a robust case, with lower-profile cases are possible to order too. Power density: 54 to 142 W/inch3.
Great for DC mains powered by batteries, these converters are also very durable against mechanical stress due to their strengthened ribs and other constructive features. They are very compact and feature a great power density given their size: 49 to 106 W/inch3. Their temperature resistance is also remarkable (-60 °C to + 130°C), as is a range of service functions including over-temp, overvoltage and overload safety measures .
A step forward from the previous TESD, MR and MDM converters, these retain the same footprint and pinout, allowing for a complete replacement. Due to them not having an optocoupler feedback, these are perfect in situations where there are ionizing factors present. Similar service functions to the other converters and power density make these a worthy choice as well.
Compact copper cases without mounting holes are a distinguishing feature of these devices. Low-profile variants are available as well. Easy mounting allows these to be simple implemented into most power systems. Application in environments with significant mechanical factors such as impacts and vibrations is, however, not recommended. The upside of this device is its superb thermal management.
JETDiB converters are variations of JETDi based on different characteristics and costs.
These converters are the result of removing an AC input from our TESAV AC/DC converter. They are best suited for low-voltage inputs. Planar design, great longevity and many functions including parallel operation make these a very sought-after article. Their durability and mechanical stress resistance is excellent.
Unsure which one to pick? Get in touch with us and we'll be glad to suggest a converter fit precisely for your purpose!
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