LWA10 (10W) Series, DC DC Converters

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Through Hole
10 W
ITE (Commercial)
5-DIP Module
CE, cURus, UL
-40°C ~ 85°C (With Derating)
333mA, 333mA
1.5 kV
Isolated Module
2.00" L x 1.00" W x 0.40" H (50.8mm x 25.4mm x 10.2mm)
LWA10 (10W)

About  DC DC Converters

A device that is specifically designed to convert a direct current voltage input level into one or more different direct current voltage output levels is commonly known as a DC voltage converter. These converters typically use electronic circuits to alter the voltage levels of the input signal to match the desired output voltage. The conversion process involves the use of various electrical components such as capacitors, inductors, and transformers. DC voltage converters can be classified into different types, depending on the specific application and the output voltage range required. Some common types of DC voltage converters include buck converters, boost converters, buck-boost converters, flyback converters, and forward converters. Buck converters are designed to produce an output voltage that is lower than the input voltage, while boost converters produce an output voltage that is higher than the input voltage. Buck-boost converters can produce either a higher or lower output voltage than the input voltage, depending on the specific configuration. Flyback converters and forward converters are primarily used for high-power applications and can produce multiple output voltages simultaneously. DC voltage converters are widely used in various electronic devices and systems, including power supplies, battery chargers, LED drivers, and motor control circuits. They are essential components in many modern technologies, enabling efficient and reliable power delivery and management. In summary, DC voltage converters are specialized devices that are designed to alter the voltage level of a direct current input signal to one or more different output voltage levels. They utilize electronic circuits to perform the necessary voltage conversion, and are an essential component in many modern electronic devices and systems.