TRACO Power TRI Series High Isolation DC/DC Converters | Featured Product SpotlightFebruary 20, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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TRACO Power TRI Series High Isolation DC/DC Converters
TRACO TRI series DC/DC converters are compact, regulated converters that have a high input to output isolation voltage with a reinforced insulation system and high common-mode transient immunity. These features make them ideal for industrial, transportation, and instrumentation designs, and the converters are available in 5 power levels.
The converters are designed for robust operation in demanding applications. They employ a sophisticated, reinforced insulation system that provides up to 5000VAC input to output isolation and a 9000VDC peak isolation, enabling a 1000VACRMS working voltage.
TRI series converters also offer 15kV/µs common-mode transient immunity. They’re certified to the latest IT safety requirements, have an internal EN55032 Class A filter, and integrate overload, overvoltage, and short-circuit protection.
TRI series converters pack plenty of performance into a small footprint, with 3.5W, 6W, and 10W variants in a DIP-24 package, and 15W and 20W converters in a 2” x 1” package. The converters accept a wide 2:1 input, with voltage ranges from 9VDC to 18VDC, 18VDC to 36VDC, and 36VDC to 75VDC on all power levels, as well as 4.5VDC to 9VDC on the 3.5W series.
The TRI series is offered with outputs from 5VDC to 24VDC, with dual output options for ±12VDC and ±15VDC. They offer ±1% output accuracy and line and load regulation as tight as 0.5%. They can operate from -40°C to 85°C, at up to 90% efficiency, and have no-load power consumption as low as 96mW.
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