Traco Power TEP 75-200 Series high power dc-dc converter modules

Power Sources Unlimited announces the TEP Series of ultra-compact, high power dc/dc converter modules with 75 up to 240W output power.

Wrentham, Mass.—Power Sources Unlimited Inc. announces the new TEP Series of ultra-compact, high power dc/dc converter modules with 75 up to 240W output power.

Packaged in a rugged, sealed metal case with aluminum baseplate and optional heat sink allows full load operation up to 60C with convection cooling. Featuring 2:1 or 4:1 wide input voltage ranges, high-efficiency up to 93 percent, under-voltage lockout, reverse input voltage protection, input protection filter and a 3-year product warranty.

Additional features include EMI Filter to meet EN 55022 Class A, detailed application notes, and additional filtering component recommendations to meet EN 55022 Class B conducted.

These modules can be mounted to a printed circuit board, with or without a heat sink, chassis mounted screw terminal connections with filter, and DIN-Rail mount. Typical applications are in telecom/datacom, industry control and transportation/railway systems for on board power distribution.

For more information about Power Sources or other converter modules, click here to go to Utility Products' Buyers Guide.

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