Products, Materials & Tools | Oct 03, 2008

ERG Offers Wide Rrange of DC-DC Converters from Stock for Simple, Cost-Effective Voltage Conversionsat Low Power

Endicott Research Group, the specialist in power conversion solutions since 1979, offers DC-DC converters in a range of output power levels from 0.25 W to 25 W for customers who want an inexpensive converter to perform simple voltage conversions at low power.

“These are simple and inexpensive solutions for customers who need a certain output voltage that is not already in their system and need to convert one voltage to another,” said Bill Abbott, ERG’s Director of Sales & Marketing. “They may need to change, for example, 12 VDC to 200 VDC, or 5 VDC to 100 VDC.”

ERG offers 7 Series of DC-DC converters, the output power determining the package series and size – E400, E500, E700, E800, E900, E1200 and E1600 – in a wide range of input voltages. For example, ERG’s E712-5.06U is a 700 Series DC-DC converter that converts a 12 VDC input voltage to 500 VDC@6mA, unregulated. There are many custom variations within each Series.
 
The voltage needed could be for any number of applications, such as an ink jet printer used for CAD drawings or medical data where each jet needs 85 VDC to operate and that voltage is not in the system; so a DC-DC converter can be installed to convert 12 VDC to 85 VDC for each jet. Other applications that ERG’s DC-DC converters are used for include fuel pumps, test equipment and many others.
 
Pricing for ERG’s DC-DC converters varies depending on package size and output power. Pricing for the popular E500 and E700U Series is $12.19 and $13.35 respectively in 1,000 piece quantities.
 
For more information, contact Endicott Research Group (ERG), Inc., 2601 Wayne St., Endicott, NY 13760, USA. Tel: 607-754-9187; (toll-free: 800-215-5866); Fax: 607-754-9255; http://www.ergpower.com/; E-mail: sales@ergpower.com

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