New 375 VIN Maxi Modules

Dec. 14, 2006
Eight new midpower dc-dc converters were added to the 375-Vdc family: a 200-W model at 3.3 Vout, a 300-W model at 5 Vout, and 400-W models at 12, 15, 24, 28, 36, and 48 Vout.

The converters operate from 375-V nominal input, with input ranges from 250 to 425 V. They come in five environmental grades with six pin options and three base-plate options. The compact modules are 4.6 X 2.2 X 0.5 in. and are available in RoHS-compliant models.

Vicor, 25 Frontage Rd., Andover, MA 01810, (800) 735-6200,

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