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Medical/industrial 15W and 20W DC-DC converters have 5,000Vac isolation and a wide 4:1 input range

Posted by Martin on October 27, 2020
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PXG-M

TDK Corporation (TSE 6762) announces the introduction of the PXG-M series of medical and industrial 15W and 20W board mount DC-DC converters. Certified to the IEC 60601-1 and IEC 62368-1 standards for Medical and Audio/Video, Information, and Communication Technology Equipment, the series has 5,000Vac reinforced isolation between input and output. With a wide input range, these compact board mount converters are suitable for a broad spectrum of medical, battery-powered equipment, and industrial applications.

The PXG-M series accepts either a 9 to 36Vdc or 18 to 75Vdc input and is available with output voltages of 5, 12, 15, 24, ±5, ±12, and ±15Vdc. Operation from 12V and 24V, or 24V and 48V nominal inputs reduces inventory carrying costs and improves part availability.

Having the industry-standard 1.6×1” package size, the PXG-M measures 40.6×25.4×10.2mm. The operating ambient temperature is -40°C to +105°C, with de-rating above 55°C for convection cooled environments, or above 90°C with forced air cooling. Positive or negative logic remote on-off is optional. Over-current, over-voltage, and over-temperature protection is standard on all models. Off-load input current consumption is just 12mA or less, making it attractive for battery-powered products.

The PXG-M series has an input to output isolation of 5,000Vac (2xMOPPs) and less than 2.5μA touch current. Safety certification includes IEC/EN 60601-1, ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1, and IEC/EN/UL/CSA 62368-1 with CE marking for the Low Voltage and RoHS Directives. No external EMI filtering components are required for compliance to EN55011 A and EN55032 A.

For more information about the full range of TDK-Lambda PXG-M board mount DC-DC converters, please call TDK-Lambda directly on +44 (0)1271 856600 or visit the TDK Lambda website at www.emea.lambda.tdk.com/pxg-m

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