TDK-Lambda's 300 W, 8, 12.5 and 20 A rated i7C non-isolated DC/DC converters have an input range of either 9 VDC to 36 VDC or 9 VDC to 53 VDC, with an outputs that can be adjusted from 5 V to 28 V, 8 V to 24 V or 9.6 V to 48 V. The product's topology enables a seamless transition from buck (voltage reduction) to boost (voltage increase) operation. The i7C is ideal for generating additional high-power outputs, from existing 12 V, 24 V, 36 V, or 48 V system voltages, in medical, communications, industrial, test and measurement, and battery-powered equipment.
With efficiencies of up to 97%, power losses are minimized allowing the product to operate and deliver high useable power in demanding thermal environments. Under light load conditions, the i7C's control techniques significantly reduce power dissipation. A 5 mA input current draw is typical under zero load conditions. This can be reduced to typically 0.25 mA when the remote on/off is utilized to place the unit in standby mode. This extends the amount of time battery-powered equipment can remain functional during periods of non-peak operation.
The basic feature models include an output voltage adjustment pin, positive or negative logic remote on/off, positive remote sense, plus input undervoltage, overcurrent, and thermal protection. The full-featured models are equipped with a power good signal, output current monitoring, and the ability to synchronize the operating frequency to minimize system noise.
The i7C converters measure 34 mm x 36.8 mm and follow the industry standard 1/16th brick pin-out. The 8 A and 12.5 A modules come in three mechanical configurations which includes a low 12.2 mm high open-frame model, a baseplate construction for conduction cooling, or with an integral heat sink for convection or forced air-cooled environments. The 20 A module is available in a 14.7 mm high open frame model. The i7C's design reduces the number of external components, saving both cost and board space. All models are certified IEC/UL/EN 62368-1 and 60950-1 and carry the CE mark for the low-voltage and RoHS directives.
- Up to 300 W in a 1/16th brick pin-out
- Up to 97% efficient
- Low off-load power consumption
- Wide 5 V to 28 V, 8 V to 24 V or 9.6 V to 48 V Output Adjustment
- Wide 9 VDC to 36 V or 9 V DC to 53V DC input range,
- Low component count with minimal external components,
- Low airflow with minimal derating requirements
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