Small form factor dc/ac inverters

S and SE Series inverters feature small form factors and come in open frame and vacuum encapsulated versions. S Series dc/ac inverter can power up to 2 cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFLs), measures 0.62-in. wide x 2.87-in. long x 0.38-in. high, and weighs 12 grams.

06/12/2006


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S and SE Series inverters feature small form factors and come in open frame and vacuum encapsulated versions. S Series dc/ac inverter can power up to 2 cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFLs), measures 0.62-in. wide x 2.87-in. long x 0.38-in. high, and weighs 12 grams. Low-profile device can handle up to 5 W of output power and is available in standard 5- and 12-V designs. Custom input voltages can be designed on request. S Series is widely used in embedded designs. Other applications include signature capture devices, mobile POS terminals, and navigation and GPS systems. SE Series dc/ac inverter features the same form factor but is vacuum encapsu-lated for reliability and resistance to shock, vibrations, and humidity. It is suited for single- or dual-lamp applications where compact size, high efficiency, resistance to harsh environments and absolute reliability are critical. SE Series measures 0.75-in. wide x 2.98-in. long x 0.42-in. high. Applications include industrial and medical handheld instrumentation. Both series have an operat-ing temperature range of–20 to 70 °C.

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