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EATON EPM12V1 & EPM12V2 Non-Isolated DC-DC Converters | New Product Brief

March 04, 2021 by Mouser Electronics

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EATON EPM12V1 & EPM12V2 Non-Isolated DC-DC Converters

Eaton EPM12V1 and EPM12V2 non-isolated DC-DC converters provide high efficiency and compact power conversion for industrial, energy, medical, and telecom applications. The EPM12V1 and EPM12V2 operate from a 3VDC to 14VDC input voltage and offer a non-isolated output that can be set from 0.6VDC to 5.5VDC while operating at up to 91% efficiency.  

EPM12V1 converters can output up to 1A while EPM12V2 converters can output up to 12A.  Both converters provide short circuit protection, remote ON/OFF control, and have EN62368 safety approvals. The EPM12V2 also has a power good indicator and supports power supply sequencing. Eaton EPM12V1 and EPM12V2 non-isolated DC-DC converters have DOSA-compatible SMT footprints and support wide ambient temperature ranges. 

  • Input Voltage Range: 
    • EPM12V1: 3VDC to 14VDC 
    • EPM12V1: 3VDC to 14.4VDC 
  • Programmable Output Voltage Range: 
    • EPM12V1: 0.9VDC to 5.5VDC 
    • EPM12V1: 0.6VDC to 5.5VDC 
  • Efficiency: 
    • EPM12V1: up to 89.5% 
    • EPM12V1: up to 91% 
  • EPM12V1 and EPM12V2: Short circuit protection, remote ON/OFF function, EN62368 safety approval 
  • EPM12V2: power good indicator, supports power supply sequencing 
  • Operating Ambient Temperature: 
    • EPM12V1: -40°C to +82°C 
    • EPM12V1: -40°C to +90°C 

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