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VPT|21 June 2018

DVPL0503S Point-of-Load DC-DC Converter

The 3A DVPL Series of DC-DC point-of-load converters can be used alone or in conjunction with traditional isolated DC-DC converters as part of a highly efficient, reliable, distributed power system.

The 3A DVPL Series of DC-DC point-of-load converters can be used alone or in conjunction with traditional isolated DC-DC converters as part of a highly efficient, reliable, distributed power system.

The DVPL is a non-isolated, synchronous, buck regulated converter that steps down the voltage at the point-of-end use. The DVPL is the world’s first point-of-load converter that is designed and built to military-grade reliability as defined in MIL-PRF-38534.

Use a single isolated DC-DC converter to power smaller DVPL POL converters at your loads, achieving significant savings in space, weight, heat and cost in your power system.

Features

  • 3A (10W) power output
  • Adjustable output voltage from 0.8V to 3.4V
  • Operates from 5V nominal input
  • Full operation over the -55°C to 125°C military temperature range
  • 100% hermetic
  • Up to 95% efficiency
  • Fault tolerant design with patented technology – no optoisolators
  • Output inhibit control
  • Very low output noise
  • Compact – 0.700in x 0.700in x 0.270in and light weight (8g max)
  • Multiple circuit protection features
  • Fixed switching frequency

Compliances and Certifications

  • Available to MIL-PRF-38534 Class K. DLA SMD# 5962-13243
  • MIL-PRF-38534 Class H and Class K-certified manufacturing facility
  • DO-160
  • ISO-9001
  • MIL-STD-883 military and space environmental screening available
  • MIL-STD-461 C-F when used with VPT DC-DC converters and EMI Filters

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