TRACO POWER Releases New THN 10WIR Series of 10 Watt High-Density DC/DC Converters

February 27, 2020


The THN 10WIR series of ruggedized 10 Watt DC/DC converters are designed and manufactured for high reliability in harsh environments.

TRACO POWER released its new THN 10WIR series of 10 watt high-density DC/DC Converters in the industry standard 1” x 1” footprint and qualified for rugged industrial and railway applications and certified to EN 50155 and EN 61373 standards.

The THN 10WIR series of ruggedized 10 Watt DC/DC converters are designed and manufactured for reliability in harsh environments. The converters have ultra-wide wide 4:1 input ranges of 9-36, 18-78 and 36-160 VDC with single and dual outputs ranging from 3.3-24 VDC. The design provides high efficiencies up to 90% and enables a full load operating temperature range from -40 to +80°C without derating and increased resistance against electromagnetic interference, shock/vibration and thermal shock. 

All models are safety approved to IEC/EN/UL 62368-1 with CB Report and EN 50155 certified qualifying them for harsh environments in industrial, railway and transportation systems and further qualified for fire behavior of components per EN 45545-2. 

Features of the THN 10WIR  include: an internal EN 55032 class A input filter, input under-voltage-lockout, short circuit protection, remote On/Off,  and output voltage trim. All models offer reliability with an MTBF in excess of 2.3 million hours and are supported by TRACO POWER’S 3 year warranty.

Products are in stock and available through the TRACO POWER global distribution network. 

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