Converters for surface mount applications

XP Power's surface mount (SMD) dc-dc converters, the ISB, ISC, and ISW series, are rated at 1, 3 and 6 W of output power, respectively, with single and dual outputs.

10/01/2016


XP Power's surface mount (SMD) dc-dc converters, the ISB, ISC, and ISW series, are rated at 1, 3 and 6 W of output power, respectively, with single and dual outputs. Courtesy: XP PowerXP Power's surface mount (SMD) dc-dc converters, the ISB, ISC, and ISW series, are rated at 1, 3 and 6 W of output power, respectively, with single and dual outputs. The ISB series provides 1W of output power, the ISC 3W and the ISX is a 6W converter. The small size of the converters takes up less PCB space, giving designers more room to add extra features, alternatively to reduce the overall size of their end product. The converters offer an isolation voltage of 1500 Vdc and are aimed at board mounted designs in mobile, telecom, portable and battery powered systems that need small SMD components and require isolation and regulation between the input and output. The ISC and ISX series have an operating temperature range of -40 to 100 C and the ISB is rated from -40 to 95 C. Offering 4:1 and 2:1 input voltage ranges, the converters are suitable for applications with inputs ranging from 5 to 75 Vdc.

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