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Quarter-brick DC-DC converters

​It has been announced by Gresham Power that two DC-DC converters by Polytron Devices are now available.

Designed for industrial applications, QB100 and QB150 series is said to have a 4:1 input range and 100 and 150 watt ratings respectively. The QB100 should offer efficiency levels up to 93%, while the QB150 series aims to offer up to 92%. Both are delivered in a 2.28” x 1.45” x 0.50” quarter brick package.

The devices require no minimum load and feature 2250 Vdc input to output basic insulation. Polytron Devices says they are RoHS II and Reach-compliant and meet UL60950-1, EN60950-1 and IEC60950-1

Bethan Grylls

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