Power-One (Camarillo, CA) announced its new IMX35 Series of quad-output dc/dc converters. These converters are designed to provide high-power density and are suitable for use in stationary or mobile applications, including telecom, datacom, transportation, and industrial automation. The design is based upon a flyback converter topology, using all surface-mount components and planar magnetics.
Other features of the IMX35 Series include industry-standard pinout, fixed-frequency operation, input voltage enable/shutdown, and over-voltage and short-circuit protection. The IMX35 also has adjustable output voltages, from 80 to 105 percent of nominal, and thermal protection. Furthermore, devices include input and output filtering and low ripple and noise.
There are six IMX35 quad-output models available. Models with four separate, electrically-isolated outputs of 5V at 1.35A; 12V at 0.65A, or 15V at 0.55A, have input voltage ranges of 9 to 36Vdc. Models with an 18 to 75 Vdc input range are available with outputs of 5V at 1.4A; 12V at 0.7A; or 15V at 0.6A. All outputs can be parallel- and series-connected, giving output variants from 5 up to 60Vdc.
Power-One's new converters are available in either an open-frame 2.87" x 1.88" x 0.35" package or in a full-case version with 3.00" x 2.50" x 0.41" dimensions. The IMX35 is priced at $91.00 each in quantities of 100.