03 May 2018

Chassis mounting DC-DC converters provide up to 300W

Power supply specialist Powersolve has made available the TZL Series of high performance DC-DC converters. With a wide 2:1 input range and capable of providing between 60 and 300W from a compact chassis-mounting metal cased unit, TZL units are designed for those applications requiring a very reliable power source with a long MTBF.

There are 14 models in the TZL Series with input voltages ranging from 18 to 72VDC and outputs of 12 and 24VDC. All models feature 1500VDC I/O isolation and offer input reverse polarity protection, overload and short circuit protection, soft start and low inrush current.

Manufactured by Tracopower, the power supplies provide excellent electrical specifications and meet all relevant international EMC and safety standards and are fully compliant with the Low Voltage Directive.

Operating temperature range is -10ºC to +60ºC and ease of installation is made possible by the use of a screw terminal block.

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