Littleton, Mass.—XP Power's DSF200LV, a filter and active surge suppression module, brings industrial DC/DC power systems into MIL-STD compliance for EMI and transient response while cutting design time, time-to-market, and overall cost.
DC/DC converter systems using the DSF200LV at the front-end will comply with MIL-STD 461E CE102 and DEF STAN 59-41 DCE01/DCE02 for electromagnetic compatibility and MIL-STD 1275A/B and DEF STAN 61-5 Part 6 for surge and transient suppression. The filter, a 200-watt unit for 24/28-volt power systems suited to military vehicles, aircraft, and naval vessels, is clamped at a maximum output voltage of 36 VDC. It is rated at 7 amps continuous output with a baseplate temperature between -40 and +100°C. It has been tested and proven with XP Power's JTA and ICH Series DC/DC converters.
The DSF200LV, housed in a conductively-plated steel case with an aluminum baseplate for maximum cooling capability, is designed for PCB mounting. Click here for the datasheet. The module, measuring 2.41-by-1.45-by-0.51 inches, is available now and priced at $151 each in 1k pieces. Contact Duane Darrow.
XP Power, 1-978-287-7260, www.xppower.com