Next generation 10 W to 30 W Dc-Dc converters boost efficiency by three percentage points

Next generation 10 W to 30 W Dc-Dc converters boost efficiency by three percentage points

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Housed in board mount packages with six-sided shielding, the new family offers an output power range of 10 W~30 W across four series and features an ultra-wide, 4:1 input range. Efficiencies are also increased significantly over previous generations reaching 91%, up three percentage points.

Input ranges of 9~36 Vdc or 18~75 Vdc make the units ideally suited to battery-driven applications, where charging and discharging conditions require a wide input range.  The devices’ -40° to + 85°C operating temperature range also allows the series to work reliably in harsh environments.

The 10 W, 15 W, and 20 W families are packaged in an industry standard 50.8 mm x 25.4 mm footprint while the 30 W model features a footprint of 50.8 mm x 40.6 mm.

The PYB family is available in single output (3.3, 5, 12, 15, or 24 Vdc), dual output (±5, ±12, or ±15 Vdc) and triple output (3.3/±12, 3.3/±15, 5/±12, or 5/±15) models. Outputs are fully regulated to within ±0.5% for overall line input conditions and ±1.0% for all load conditions. Input to output isolation of 1,500 Vdc is provided across the range of models.

Single output 15 W, 20 W and 30 W models offer an output trim that allows ±10% adjustment of the nominal output; all parts include a remote on/off feature. Protections include continuous short circuit, over current and over voltage. The PYB series meets CISPR22/EN55022 Class B standards with limited external components. An optional heat sink is also offered on most models for improved thermal performance.

Availability and Pricing

The PYB Series is available through distribution starting at $ 19.91 for 100 pieces.

More information about the PYB10, PYB15, PYB20, PYB30 Series of dc-dc converters at

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