DC-DC converter series extended by 6-Watt and 10-Watt models

TDK Corporation presents 6-Watt and 10-Watt DC-DC converters of the TDK-Lambda CCG series, suitable for either through hole or surface mount placement. This expands the CCG series to cover 1.5 W to 30 W. In addition to battery powered equipment, applications include process control, data communications, telecommunications and test and measurement related products.
The CCG6 (6 W) and CCG10 (10 W) series are available with output voltages of 3.3, 5, 12, 15, ±12 or ±15 V with the capability of operating the dual models to provide a single 24 or 30 V output. All voltages and output power combinations can operate from either a 4.5 to 18 V, 9 to 36 V or 18 to 76 Vdc input, providing an additional 36 output voltage and current models to the CCG product family.
Using the trim terminal, the single output models can be adjusted by -5 percent to +10 percent of the nominal output voltage for non-standard settings or to compensate for voltage drops.
All models are protected against an over-current condition and have an input to output isolation voltage of 1,500 Vdc. The remote on/off function can be used to turn the output off, or alternatively place the DC-DC converters in standby mode, reducing the input power consumption to typically less than 0.1 W, to extend the battery life when used in portable equipment.

Perfect for reflow soldering

The CCG6 and CCG10 share a common footprint of 19 mm x 12.4 mm (length x width) with a height of 11.5 mm for the through-hole and 11.8 mm for the surface mount models.
The plastic case contains no encapsulant, avoiding quality risks associated with silicone potting compounds during reflow-soldering.
The highly automated production line utilises X-ray inspection to inspect solder joints for higher reliability.
The operating temperature range for the CCG6 is from -40 up to +95 °C and -40 up to +90 °C for the CCG10 using convection or forced air cooling. Safety certification includes IEC/UL/CSA/EN 62368-1 with CE and UKCA marks to the Low Voltage and RoHS Directives.


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