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New range of convertors now available at Lambda

A range of fully shielded single, dual and triple output dc dc converters for industrial applications is now available from Lambda.

The PXD, PXE and PXF series of converters are shielded to meet EN55022 Level A radiation emission standards, making them suitable for sensitive devices.
The converters have nominal input voltages of 12, 24 or 48V dc and there are modules available with a 4 to 1 input range of 9 – 36V or 18 – 75V. The flexibility enables manufacturers to keep fewer parts in inventory because the PX converters can be used with several input voltages.
The PXF series has a maximum output of 40W, and is available in all three output levels. The PXD and PXE series have output voltages of 3.3, 5, 12 or 15V.

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Graham Pitcher

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