MINMAX’s Rugged DC-DC Power Modules With New Chassis & DIN Rail Mounting

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Fully encapsulated modules tolerate usage in harsh conditions including ambient temperature up to 92.5°C

MINMAX Technology, a manufacturer of DC-DC converters and AC-DC power supplies for industrial, railway, renewable energy and medical applications, has released two new series of rugged, encapsulated DC-DC power modules supporting loads of up to 6W or 10W and equipped for chassis or DIN rail mounting.

Suitable for use on a 24V or 48V power bus, the 6W MJWI06C and 10W MKWI10C converter modules provide a stand-alone power supply solution which does not need to be integrated into a circuit board design in industrial or communications equipment. They offer an ideal way to supply a regulated voltage to circuits in server racks, data cabinets, and outdoor telecoms equipment such as base transmitter stations.

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The rugged modules handle harsh operating conditions, including an ambient temperature range of -40°C to +92.5°C, and provide I/O isolation of 3kVDC.

‘The launch of the MJWI06C and MKWI10C fills a gap in the market for chassis or DIN rail-mount modules which are suitable for low-power applications. Customers can now meet the requirement for regulated power outputs of <10W without the need to design and assemble a board-mount power supply,’ said Achun Tsai, Global Sales Manager of MINMAX.

Both series of modules are available in versions with a fixed output voltage of 5V, 5.1V, 12V, 15V, 24V, 48V, ±12V, ±15V or ±24V DC. They operate from a 4:1 input-voltage range of 9V-36V or 18V-75V DC. Typical efficiency of the new modules when supplying the maximum load is up to 86%.

A stable feedback loop produces excellent performance with no oscillation in no-load and light-load conditions. The modules have no minimum load requirement.

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Like other MINMAX modules, the MJWI06C and MKWI10C make it easy for customers to comply with electro-magnetic compatibility (EMC) regulations. For EMI emissions, they are approved to EN 55032 Class A and FCC Level A. For electromagnetic immunity, they are approved to EN 61000-4-2, -3, -4, -5, -6 and -8.

System protection features include under-voltage, overload and short-circuit protection. The modules are validated for worldwide safety compliance under the Certification Bodies (CB) scheme.

Visit MJWI06C and MKWI10C for more product information

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