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DC-DC converters meet automotive standards

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Oct 20, 2010

Powersolve announces the PVC2412 range of step-down non-isolated DC-DC converters for automotive or other applications where 24V batteries need to be converted down to 12V DC.

There are five models in the range with output currents from 6A up to 40A.

Input is 20 to 30V DC and outputs are 12 to 13.8V DC.

All versions have short-circuit, overload, input reverse polarity and thermal protection.

The converters are housed in robust extruded aluminium cases with either fast on or screw terminal connectors.

Operating efficiency is up to 90 per cent.

EMC conforms to EN61000-6-3 and EN61000-6-1 and the converters have been immunity tested to directive 72/245/EEC as last amended by directive 2006/96/EC for automotive equipment.

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