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XP Power introduces rugged wide-range input 6/10W power modules for industrial and ITE applications

September 4 2019 – XP Power today introduced two new series of wide input range chassis and DIN rail mount DC-DC converters that offer simple and rapid installation into a wide variety of industrial and ITE applications.

The DTE06 and DTE10 DC-DC converters provide 6W and 10W of power and offer a 4:1 input range, giving a wide tolerance for fluctuating supplies. With nominal inputs of 12/24VDC and 24/48VDC the series cover inputs between 9.0VDC and 75.0VDC.

The devices are supplied fully potted in chassis mount format with screw terminals for simple, time saving mounting and connection. A DIN rail mount is optionally available for use in control cabinets and household consumer units. A power good LED indicator provides at-a-glance confirmation of correct operation.

All of the DC-DC converters are IEC/UL/cUL 62368-1 safety approved and offer 3.0kVDC isolation between the supply and load. They also comply with EN55032 Class A emissions with no external components, meaning that no additional filtering is required for EMC compliance.

The device itself and the equipment that it is powering benefit from a range of safety features including input undervoltage, short circuit and overload protection. A convenient remote on/off feature allows the DC-DC converters to be easily controlled.
The rugged and competitively priced DTE06 and DTE10 series operate over a -40°C to +105°C temperature range, and deliver full rated power at temperatures up to +80°C.

The DTE06 series is priced at $31.20 for 500 pcs orders and is available from Allied Electronics, Digi-Key, Mouser, Newark or direct from XP Power

About XP Power:
XP Power is committed to being a leading provider of power solutions, including AC-DC power supplies, DC-DC converters, high voltage power supplies and RF power supplies. With ISO9001:2008, XP Power offers total quality, from in-house design through to manufacturing facilities around the world. The company offers the widest range of power products available from one source and unrivalled technical and customer support, aiding both vendor consolidation and cost reduction programmes. XP has 27 sales offices throughout Europe, North America and Asia.

XP Power Ltd, a London Stock Exchange listed public company, has design centers in Fyfield (UK), Orange County (California), and Singapore, which also serves as the company’s headquarters. Manufacturing is carried out near Shanghai, China and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The design teams push back the boundaries of cost and technology, providing market leading power products. Dedicated in-house Engineered Solutions teams provide customer specific solutions, with rapid response times. The applications team provide expert technical support to help customers integrate and use XP power products worldwide. (www.xppower.com)

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