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Podzespoły  AMSRO - miniaturowe przetwornice DC/DC 


Impulsowe przetwornice napięcia DC/DC z serii AMSRO firmy Aimtec zostały opracowane jako bardziej ekonomiczna wersja dobrze znanej serii AMSR. Nowa seria wyróżnia się otwartą architekturą, która poza zmniejszeniem kosztów produkcji pozwoliła również na miniaturyzację przetwornicy.

Dodatkowym atutem serii AMSRO jest możliwość zastąpienia liniowych regulatorów napięcia typu 78xx i 79xx, z którymi są kompatybilne pod względem wyprowadzeń. Taka zamiana podwyższa całkowitą sprawność energetyczną urządzenia, co przyczynia się do wzrostu funkcjonalności, uproszczenia budowy oraz obniżenia kosztów eksploatacji.

Typ Napięcie
Obudowa Napięcie
AMSRO-783.3-NZ 3,3 V 0,5 A SIP3 4,75...36 V 80...86 %
AMSRO-7805-NZ -5 V 0,3 A SIP3 7...31 V 80...81 %
AMSRO-7812-NZ -12 V 0,15 A SIP3 8...24 V 84...85 %
AMSRO-7815-NZ -15 V 0,15 A SIP3 8...21 V 85...87 %
AMSRO1-783.3-NZ 3,3 V 1,0 A SIP3 6...36 V 81...90 %
AMSRO1-7805-NZ -5 V 0,3 A SIP3 8...27 V 82...86 %


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