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XP Power IAS01 and IES01 1W Isolated DC-DC Converters | Asia Featured Product Spotlight

December 15, 2022 by Mouser Electronics

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XP Power IAS01 and IES01 1W Isolated DC-DC Converters

The XP Power IAS01 and IES01 1-watt Isolated DC-DC Converters feature a compact design with high efficiency.

These converters have a single- or dual-unregulated output and are an ideal solution for isolating voltage rails in a distributed power supply architecture such as analog, digital, or data and relay circuits.

Depending upon the model the IAS01 series can take a plus/minus 10% input range from 4.5 to 5.5 volts and supply an output voltage of plus/minus 5, 9, 12,  15, or 24 volts.

The IES01 DC to DC converters can supply a 3.3, 5, 9, 12, 15, or 24-volt output from a 4.5 to 5.5-volt input range.

The product family offers 1.5 kilovolts of isolation with 3-kilovolt options available and an extended operating temperature from -40 to 105 degrees celsius. The DC-to-DC converters can operate at full load up to 100 degrees celsius.

The IES01 and IAS01 family of converters come in a surface mount DIP8 and DIP10 package respectively and feature an industry standard pinout for easy integration. Tape and reel packaging is available for automated assembly.

With the UL 62368-1 safety approval, short circuit protection, and a 3-year warranty the IES01 and IAS01 DC-to-DC converters are robust devices that last in the field.

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