SynQor has announced an addition to its highly popular eighth-brick range of DC/DC converters. The PQ60240EGL03 delivers a tightly regulated 24V output at up to 3A in the DOSA standard 0.9” x 2.3” footprint and pinout.
Operating over the input voltage range of 35-75V, the open frame device offers an efficiency of up to 90%. Due to the optimised topology and layout of the device, derating is minimal, even with low levels of forced air cooling. At less than 0.35” (8.9mm) high, the unit is particularly suitable for wireless telecom applications utilising very small board pitches, wireless data transmission equipment, fan trays, and any application where a 24V rail needs to be generated in a 48V environment.
The PQ60240EGL03 is capable of withstanding transients on the input to 100V for 100ms, and has a basic isolation level from input to output of 2000Vdc. Control and protection features include remote sense, a wide output voltage trim range of 20% to +10%, input under-voltage lockout, output OVP, current limit, short circuit protection, and thermal shutdown. Operating temperature range is -40 to +100degC.
Sample and production quantities are available immediately with a stock to 8-week lead-time. The modules are priced at $38.20 in OEM quantities. For additional information, please contact your local SynQor representative, or visit us at http://www.synqor.com/
Founded in 1997, SynQor has become the technology, quality and service leader for high efficiency DC/DC converters for the telecom/datacom marketplace. The PowerQor, BusQor, DualQor, iQor, and NiQor product lines, combined with SynQor’s unmatched lead-times, flexibility, design support and lowest total cost of ownership have become the benchmark sought by SynQor’s worldwide customer base.
In 2004, SynQor began its successful entry into the military, medical and industrial market segments with the MilQor, InQor and ACuQor product lines. These new technology leading DC/DC and AC/DC product lines have enabled customers to realise vast savings in space, weight and overall system costs while dramatically increasing power densities and end-system performance. Equally important is the service and support advantage SynQor has brought to customers in these market segments.
SynQor is a privately owned U.S. company headquartered in Boxborough, Massachusetts, which is also the location of all of its manufacturing operations. SynQor has a design center in Dallas Texas, and sales/marketing offices in Europe, Singapore, Korea and China. More information is available on the company’s website at www.synqor.com
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