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TRACO Power TRI Series High Isolation DC/DC Converters | New Product Brief

November 06, 2019 by Mouser Electronics

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TRACO Power TRI Series High Isolation DC/DC Converters

TRACO Power’s TRI series of high isolation DC/DC converters are designed for demanding industrial, transportation, and instrumentation applications. 

The TRI series offers 3.5W to 20W in compact packages and a sophisticated reinforced I/O isolation system with a 1000VACrms working voltage. This series has the ability to withstand high test voltages. The converters also offer 15kV/µs common-mode transient immunity and have a built-in EN 55032 class A filter. 

They offer wide 2:1 input ranges and a regulated output from 5V to 24V, with dual output options at ±12V and ±15V. The TRI series operates at up to 90% efficiency and has low no-load power consumption.

The regulators are protected against overload, overvoltage, and short circuit conditions and operate at up to 85°C.

  • Output power: 3.5W, 6W, 10W, 15W, and 20W
    • DIP-24: 3.5W, 6W, 10W
    • 2”x1”: 15W, and 20W
  • Sophisticated reinforced isolation
    • Working voltage: 1000VACrms
    • Test voltages: 9000VDC (1s), 5000VAC (60s)
  • Common-mode transient immunity: 15kV/µs
  • Internal EN 55032 class A filter
  • WIde 2:1 input ranges
    • Nominal input voltages: 5V, 12V, 24V, 48V
  • Output: 5V, 12V, 15V, 24V, ±12V, ±15V
    • Up to 90% efficiency
    • Low no-load power consumption

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