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Enclosed DC/DC converter DCW 152R-F1 series
industrialfor railway applicationsfor telecom applications

enclosed DC/DC converter
enclosed DC/DC converter
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Characteristics

Configuration
enclosed
Applications
industrial, for railway applications, for telecom applications, for harsh environments
Other characteristics
wide input range, rugged, high MTBF, dual-output, regulated, convection-cooled
Power

150 W

Input voltage

Max.: 60 V

Min.: 20 V

Output voltage

Max.: 56 V

Min.: 12 V

Description

ABSOPULSE Electronics’ DCW 152R-F1 series of rugged, dual output railway DC-DC converters deliver up to 150W continuous output power. The converters operate from input sources of 48V, 72V, 96V or 110Vdc with wide EN50155 input voltage ranges. Output V1 provides any voltage in the range of 5V to 48Vdc (8A max) and V2 any output voltage in the range of 5V to 28Vdc (3A max). Both outputs are individually regulated, floating and isolated from each other. Custom input and output configurations are available on request. Key Specifications - 150W continuous output power; - Input: 48V, 72V, 96V or 110Vdc (wide EN50155 input voltage ranges);/li> - Dual output: V1: any voltage in the range of 5V to 48Vdc (8A max); V2: any output 5V to 28Vdc (3A max) - Meets EN50155 for electronic products used on railway rolling stock; - EMI: EN50121-3-2; - Cooled by conduction and natural convection; - Operating temperature range: -25°C to +55°C cold plate for full spec.; - Full electronic protection; - Rugged construction; - Internal boards are conformal coated – protection from moisture, contaminants;

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