PARIS VPT Inc. said it has introduced the VPT5-2800D DC-DC, a 5-watt dual output DC-DC power converter designed to power electronics in unmanned vehicles, ships, armored ground vehicles and other rugged systems.
Wide input voltage range: 15 to 50 volts per MIL-STD-704 and MIL-STD-1275
High input transient voltage: 80 volts for 1 sec per MIL-STD-704A
Dual outputs of ±5V, ±12V and ±15V
Full operation over -55°C to +100°C military temperature range
Low input/output noise
Input undervoltage lockout, output soft start, short circuit protection, current limit protection
Magnetic feedback circuit with no optoisolators
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Six-sided rugged metal enclosure
Internally conformal coated
Size 1.110 x 1.110 x 0.4 (1.23in2), weight just 22g
Designed for duty in harsh environments including shock, vibration, temperature cycling and more
Military vehicles, avionics, weapons, shipboard and other high-reliability applications.Compliances and Certifications:
MIL-STD-1275 input voltage range
MIL-STD-704A input voltage requirements
MIL-STD-461C-F when used with a VPTF1 Series EMI filter
DEF STAN 61-5 and DEF STAN 59-411 when used with a VPTc10-28 EMI filter
Environmental screening to JESD22, MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-883
J-STD-001, ISO-9001, IPC-A-610 manufacturing
Availability and pricing
Modules are in stock now with pricing starting at $100.00 in OEM quantities.
Click here to access the datasheet.
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