The SHHN000A3CL can be used as a traditional DC/DC module, powering applications such as insulated-gate bipolar transistors and other semiconductor device drive circuits, or in hybrid power architectures and industrial markets.
The wide input range supported by GE s SHHN000A3CL converter provides designers with increased flexibility when designing based on required input power capabilities. It also allows for sourcing consistency, equipping users with a single product that can fit into multiple sockets. The available configurations of the module in through-hole and surface-mount formats further add to the flexibility of the new converters.
Standard features of the SHHN000A3CL converters include remote on/off, remote sense and output voltage adjustment. In addition, the module is fully self-protected with output over-current and over-voltage, over-temperature and input under-voltage shutdown control. Available optional features include negative or positive on/off logic and surface-mount connections.
The outputs of the SHHN000A3CL are fully isolated from the input, allowing versatile polarity configurations and grounding connections. The unit s built-in filtering for both input and output minimizes the need for external filtering components and reduces the overall solution footprint.
Key features and benefits of the SHHN000A3CL isolated DC-DC converters: Wide input voltage range (9-36 volts DC). Space-efficient, low-profile footprint (1-inch-by-1-inch brick). Flexible configuration with surface-mount and through-hole versions available. Built-in current, voltage and temperature protection. Wide-operating temperature range (-40 to 85 C).
Availability and pricing: The SHHN000A3CL DC-DC converter is now available in original equipment manufacturer quantities, with pricing beginning at
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