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ECLB75W Series 75 W DC/DC Converters

ECLB75W Series 75 W DC/DC Converters

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Cincon’s ECLB75W series' very low no-load power consumption make them an ideal solution for energy critical systems

Cincon’s ECLB75W series 75 W DC/DC converters are packaged in a 2.05” × 1.2” x 0.4” six-sided shield metal case. ECLB75W series converters provide up to 75 W of output power at single output voltages of 5 VDC, 12 VDC, and 15 VDC, and dual outputs voltages of ±12 VDC, ±15 VDC, and ±24 VDC. These modules are compliant with an industry-standard 2" × 1" footprint. They have a wide (4:1) input voltage range of 9 VDC to 36 VDC, 18 VDC to 75 VDC, and 2,250 VDC isolation.

ECLB75W series has very high efficiency up to 92.5% and allows ambient operating temperature range of -40°C to +85°C (derating above +54°C with heatsink). The modules are fully protected against input undervoltage lockout (UVLO), output overcurrent, output overvoltage and over-temperature, and continuous short circuit conditions.

ECLB75W series converters feature no-load power consumption as low as 8 mA, which makes these converters an ideal solution for energy critical systems. Furthermore, the standard control functions include remote on/off (positive or negative) and 80% to 110% adjustable output voltage.

All models are very suitable for distributed power architectures, telecommunications, battery-operated equipment, and industrial applications.

  • Isolated output: 75 W
  • Efficiency up to 92.5%
  • Low no-load power consumption
  • Six-sided shield metal case measuring 2.05" x 1.2" x 0.4"
  • 4:1 input range
  • Regulated outputs
  • Fixed switching frequency
  • Input undervoltage protection
  • Overcurrent protection
  • Remote on/off
  • Continuous short circuit protection
  • No tantalum capacitor inside
  • Safety meets IEC/EN/UL62368-1
  • Full load operation up to +59°C with heat-sink, natural convection
  • Energy critical systems
  • Distributed power architectures
  • Telecommunications
  • Battery-operated equipment
  • Industrial applications
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