Alfatronix DDi 48-12 108 48Vdc-12Vdc Voltage Converter 9A
Key features of Alfatronix DDi 48-12 108 48Vdc-12Vdc Voltage Converter 9A
• Input voltage: 48Vdc
• Output voltage: 12Vdc
• Power: 108W
• 9A continuous load
• Dimensions: 167 mm x 87 mm x 50 mm
• Weight: 560 g
• Mounting type: click 'n' fit, separately mounted using three-hole fasteners
• Switching technology
• Surface mount circuit technology
• Lifetime warranty
Further details of Alfatronix DDi 48-12 108 48Vdc-12Vdc Voltage Converter 9A
12v–12V, 24V–24V & 48V–12V converters for a wide range of applications
The sensitivities of modern electronic equipment to variable input voltages, susceptibility to EMC interference and in some cases, the need to isolate the supply has made voltage stabilisation an important section of our product range. Start/Stop technology on motor vehicles has added to this problem. The DDi Series offers a wide range of 12V-12V and 24V-24V isolated products that ensure a stable and reliable voltage can be delivered to important equipment. Units are available from 36-240W. The range now also offers 48V-12V units, suitable for the telecoms and forklift truck markets. For 12V-24V converters, see DD Series 'Up'.
A comprehensive product range
There are four products in the 12V-12V isolator range from 36W to 168W and a further five products in the 24V-24V range from 36W to 240W. There are also three 48V-12V products from 36W to 108W. All products use modern switchmode designs and are built using the same concepts and technologies as the successful PowerVerter range, which will of course meet your 24V–12V requirements.
All the units consume an off load current of less than 15mA, which is probably less than the self discharge current of the vehicle’s battery. All the products fit onto a “Click ‘n’ fit”
mounting clip which is fixed in three points allowing it to be mounted onto uneven surfaces. It is easy to fit the clip into awkward places, then simply click the unit into position. The green LED indicates when there is output from the converter. This gives reassurance to the installation engineer and speeds fault finding.