RS Components boosts its power conversion offering with Tracopower
July 30, 2012 // Julien Happich
RS Components is now stocking an extended range of power conversion devices from the Tracopower series. The TMPM 04 series of 4-watt AC/DC power supplies comprises single and dual output models with universal input.
Supplied in a 36.5x27.0x17.1mm fully encapsulated casing, designed for PCB mount, these units are suitable for powering standby circuits and other low power applications that require high efficiency. The TSRN-1 series of ampere non-isolated step-down switching regulators provides ultra wide input ranges up to 42 VDC. Available in two versions, the through-hole version (TSRN-1) provides a fixed output voltage from 1.5 up to 15 VDC, with the SMD version (TSRN-1SM) offering adjustable output ranging from 1.2 up to 15 VDC. High efficiency, low standby power consumption and remote On/Off function (for the SMD version) make these regulators ideal for energy sensitive applications. The TMR-6 series of isolated 6-watt DC/DC converters offers the highest power density available in the ultra-compact SIP-8 plastic package. These new modules provide regulated output and feature wide 2:1 input voltage ranges. TEN 6N and TEN 6WIN are new releases of standard 6-watt DC/DC converters and come supplied in a DIP-24 package. Both the TEN 6N series with 2:1 input voltage range and the TEN-6WIN series with 4:1 input voltage range offer easy design-in features including minimum load requirement, overload protection, internal filter for EN55022 class A and high efficiency.
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