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3 W Isolated Dc-Dc Converter Series Delivers 4:1 Input Range in Compact, SMT Package

TUALATIN, Ore. — June 27, 2017 — CUI’s Power Group today announced the addition of a new 3 W isolated dc-dc converter series to its portfolio of low power dc-dc converters. ( http://www.cui.com/low-power-dc-dc-converters ) The PQME3 series housed in a compact, industry standard 14 pin surface mount package measuring 0.76 x 0.71 x 0.40 in (19.20 x 18.10 x 10.16 mm), provides a rugged, low power solution for a variety of industrial, test and measurement, and telecommunication applications, thanks to its encapsulated design.

Ideal for converting and isolating fluctuating dc voltages, the 3 W series features 4:1 input ratio ranges of 9 to 36 Vdc and 18 to 75 Vdc, single regulated outputs of 3.3, 5, 9, 12, 15, and 24 Vdc, remote on/off control, and 1500 Vdc input to output isolation. For devices where energy consumption is a concern, the PQME3 series offers efficiency up to 84% and no-load power draw less than 0.1 W. Operating temperatures range from -40 up to +71°C at full load, derating to 60% load at +85°C, making the low power modules suitable for harsh environments.

The 3 W isolated dc-dc converters also meet CISPR22/EN55022 Class B limits for conducted and radiated emissions, while carrying over current and short circuit protections as well as a minimum MTBF of 1,000,000 hours at +25°C ambient, calculated per MIL-HDBK-217F.

The PQME3 series is available immediately with prices starting at $10.76 per unit at 200 pieces through distribution. Please contact CUI for OEM pricing. ( http://www.cui.com/contact )

Summary
Product name: PQME3 series
Availability: Stock to 7 weeks
Possible users: Industrial, test and measurement, telecommunication applications
Primary features: Compact SMT package, 4:1 input range, low no-load power draw
Cost: $10.76 per unit at 200 pieces through distribution

View details for the PQME3 series
http://www.cui.com/product/power/dc-dc-converters/isolated/board-mount/3-w/pqme3-series

About CUI Inc
CUI is an electronic components manufacturer specializing in a diverse range of product technologies. As a leader in power electronics, the organization supports customers as they strive to improve the energy efficiency and environmental credentials of their application. The company’s interconnect, audio, motion and thermal management groups provide engineers with reliable and proven solutions across a range of market segments as technology allows the world to connect in new ways. An unwavering commitment to the design engineer has been a hallmark of CUI’s sustained growth since its founding in 1989 and will continue to be the primary mission as they expand their product technologies, manufacturing capabilities and global reach.

CUI Inc is a subsidiary of CUI Global, Inc., a publicly traded company whose common stock trades on the NASDAQ Exchange under the symbol CUI.

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