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DPX Series introduction
The DPX series is a family of high-power density DC-DC converters designed and manufactured by a leading power supply solutions provider in China. These converters offer a wide input voltage range and high efficiency, making them ideal for demanding applications in industries such as telecommunications, industrial automation, and military.
DPX series converters are available in a variety of output voltages, ranging from 1.2V to 48V, and are designed to handle output currents of up to 200A. They feature an industry-standard quarter-brick footprint, measuring 57.9mm x 36.8mm x 12.7mm, making them a drop-in replacement for existing converters. Additionally, they are available in through-hole and surface mount packages, making them suitable for use in a range of applications.
DPX series converters are designed with an advanced topology that provides excellent transient response and stability, even under dynamic load conditions. They are also equipped with over-temperature, over-voltage, and short-circuit protection, ensuring that they operate safely and reliably in harsh environments.
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