Converter series for harsh and extreme conditions

CUI's PDQ10‑D, PDQ15‑D, and PDQ30‑D dc-dc converters are suitable for convection-cooled equipment and harsh environments for applications such as include telecom, industrial, remote sensor systems, and portable electronics.

09/15/2016


CUI's PDQ10‑D, PDQ15‑D, and PDQ30‑D dc-dc converters are suitable for convection-cooled equipment and harsh environments for applications such as include telecom, industrial, remote sensor systems, and portable electronics. Courtesy: CUICUI's PDQ10‑D, PDQ15‑D, and PDQ30‑D dc-dc converters have an output 10 W, 15 W and 30 W of power, respectively, and feature a 4:1 input voltage range of 9 to 36 or 18 to 75 Vdc with efficiencies up to 90%. Housed in a compact, low-profile DIP package with a five-sided, shielded metal case, the rugged, encapsulated modules measure just 25.4 x 25.4 x 10.16 mm (1 x 1 x 0.40 in) and come available with single regulated output voltages of 3.3, 5, 12, and 15 Vdc or dual regulated output voltages of ±5, ±12, and ±15 Vdc. It has a -40 to 105 C operating temperature range and encapsulated design and is suitable for convection-cooled equipment and harsh environments with target applications that include telecom, industrial, remote sensor systems, and portable electronics. All PDQ-D models offer an input to output isolation of 1,500 Vdc and feature remote on/off control while single output models also offer output voltage trimming that allows for a ±10% adjustment of the nominal output. 

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