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TINY DC/DC CONVERTOR REPLACES INDUSTRIAL REGULATORS

15-07-2019
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On show on the APS Industrial stand at Electronex, the Torex XC9267/68 is billed as the world’s smallest 36V DC/DC convertor. The device can operate from 3.0 to 36.0V and deliver loads up to 600mA making it an ideal replacement for inefficient linear regulators used in many industrial applications.

Housed in a tiny USP-6C package, measuring only 2.0 x 1.8 x 0.6mm, the XC9267/68 works with low-ESR ceramic capacitors and comes with a choice of two switching frequencies, adjustable soft start and a power good output.

APS Industrial
1300 309 303
apsindustrial.com.au

Electronex Stand A34

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