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Publication Date: 08/1/2008
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Aimtec Intros Ultra-Wide Input Supplies
Ultra-wide input switcher.
Quebec, Canada — Aimtec has introduced a new series of 2 watt DC-DC switching power supplies with an operating temperature range of -40 to +85°C. The new 2 watt AM2GW-NZ series of ultra wide input (4:1) switchers are available with single and dual output modules with input ranges of 9-36V and 18-72V with I/O isolation of 1500VDC within a compact SIP9 package.
The converter is especially suitable as a drop-in replacement for existing designs. With output currents of up to 500mA delivered to a regulated output voltage of 3 to 15V, at high efficiency rates of up to 82 percent, the AM2GW-NZ series is especially suited for portable power management applications, in addition to other telecom, microcontroller, DSPs industrial process systems, remote or battery backed systems, test/lab instrumentation, robotic systems and board level power distribution subsystems, datacom and transportation equipment — applications where loosely regulated input voltages are present.
As with previous models, the new AM2GW-NZ series provides many functional advantages, including continuous short circuit protection and remote on/off control. Designed to allow the output voltage to shut off without shutting down the input voltage, the remote ON/OFF function supports applications where conservation of the device's power consumption is required and/or there is a need for the power supplies to switch ON and OFF according to a specific algorithm.
Contact: Aimtec Inc., 3883 Blvd. St-Jean, Suite 502, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec, Canada H9G 3B9
888-926-6832 or 514-620-2722 fax: 514-620-2725 E-mail: email@example.com Web:
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