Choose your own from a huge variety of DC-DC buck converters. Efficient and reliable, these devices can be put to use even in some of the most demanding conditions and environments due to their unique thermal management capabilities and supreme durability. They may differ in power levels, design variants and uses – but either way, high quality and performance is what all of our products have in common.

Applicable in fields as diverse as aerospace & drone equipment, mining or visual advertising, there is no shortage of creative uses for our converters. Try one of them for yourself!

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DC-DC Buck Converter – an Overview

  • Power levels from 10 W to 1200 W
  • Narrow input configurations 12, 24, 27 and 48
  • Wide input configurations 12W, 24W and 27 W
  • Input and output are galvanically isolated
  • Superb thermal management capabilities and the ability to work w/o external cooling
  • Resistance to big temperature changes
  • Great mechanical durability

What is a Buck Converter?

Regulation and stabilisation of voltage levels between the input and the output – that is, in a nutshell, the purpose of a converter. There are countless types of devices serving this purpose, but in general, all can be divided into either buck, boost, or buck-boost category.

While the buck converters decrease the voltage levels, the boost ones do the opposite. It follows that the buck-boost converters are capable of both.

While each of the three categories has its advantages, it is the buck-boost converter that offers the greatest versatility by its very nature. Therefore, if you'd like to either increase or decrease the voltage, our converters are the ones to do it, effectively being able to act as both buck and boost depending on the situation.

Efficiency, versatility, durability and compactness. Those are just a few of many reasons to choose our converters. Try them and you won't be disappointed!

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Choose Your DC to DC Step Down Converter – Or a Step Up One

With its robust case design and mounting flanges, this converter is produced in either single or dual channel variants. Its power density is 54 to 142 W/inch3. A range of service functions includes external feedback, voltage trimming, remote ON/OFF and more. The dual-channel converter allows for a variety of output channel connections.

Low-profile models with up to 20% height reductions are orderable as well.

Produced in different form-factors than TESND, featuring sunken mounting holes and no flanges, these converters nevertheless share many similarities in terms of high power density (49 to 106 W/inch3) and other features such as overload, overheat or overvoltage safeguards.

Also remarkable is their resistance to temperature extremes from -60°C to +130 °C!

  • TESD 10 – 1200 W

These converters, with their robust cases with flanges, are an improved version of the former TESD, MR and MDM models. Their pinout and footprint are exactly the same, enabling direct replacement.

There is a no-optocoupling feedback, which makes these devices very useful for ionizing-factor environments.

  • JETDi (JETDiB) 20 – 120 W

Designed in form factors with no mounting holes, these converters are readily implementable in various power systems. Low-profile variants are also an option. Power density of these converters ranges from 49 to 83 . JETDiB models are individually optimised in terms of costs and characteristics.

This is a variation of a TESAV AC/DC converter, modified for uses in DC networks by removing the AC input. It is a very popular model due to its planar and compact form and countless functions such as current sharing parallel operation. Perfect for low-voltage input ranges.

We'll be glad to advise you in product selection if you're unsure about the right fit! Contact us, tell us what you need the converter for, and we'll make sure to help you choose!

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