Converters feature continuous short circuit protection

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Hudson, Mass.—Until now, most design engineers have had to accept low-cost unregulated dc/dc converters that can fail quickly with a short circuit condition. Mornsun has announced the A_S-1WR & B_LS-1WR Series of SIP DC/DC converters that feature continuous short circuit protection and are low cost.
 
The A_S-1WR and B_LS-1WR products offer 1W of power in a high density 0.77” x 0.37” x 0.24” package. These converters have the additional feature of the ability to resist a continuous short circuit. This can guarantee the survival of the converter with a continuous output short circuit, without needing to resort to the costly method of using feedback loops to cope with overload shorts.
 
The A_S-1WR and B_LS-1WR Series accept 3.3 Vdc, 5 Vdc, 12 Vdc, 15 Vdc or 24 Vdc input voltages and provide either single or dual outputs of 3.3 Vdc, 5 Vdc, 9 Vdc, 12 Vdc, 15 Vdc or 24 Vdc.  A wide operating temperature range from -40C to +85C ensures reliable use in a variety of environmental conditions.
 
Units feature output short circuit protection, 1000 Vdc isolation, and a high MBTF of >1,000K  hours. The Series’ use high quality, 100 percenht RoHS compliant materials and are manufactured to Mornsun’s rigorous, ISO-9001 quality control program to ensure high product reliability.
 
Mornsun also has thousands of other dc/dc converter products that feature up to a  4:1 input range, with regulated outputs, in a variety of power ranges and package styles.



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