Low Power Dc-Dc Converters Are Lower-Cost Alternatives

Oct. 1, 1999
As a low-cost alternative to other products on the market, a new line of low-power dc-dc converters is offered for telecommunication, Internet hardware, industrial equipment and distributed power network applications. The off-the-shelf line includes

As a low-cost alternative to other products on the market, a new line of low-power dc-dc converters is offered for telecommunication, Internet hardware, industrial equipment and distributed power network applications. The off-the-shelf line includes more than 500 models with output power ranging from 1 to 30 W. The line has low ripple and noise, an input range of 2:1 and 4:1, sort circuit protection, and single, dual and triple outputs.

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