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Power metering, industrial PLCs, insulated-gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) driver power supplies, industrial fieldbus, and industrial automation are just a few of the many applications that call for isolated DC/DC converters.
These converters are frequently used to offer galvanic isolation, increase security, and improve noise immunity. Additionally, they can be utilised to provide a variety of output voltage rails, including dual-polarity rails.
Although input-output isolation is not a requirement, many DC/DC converters use an internal transformer to electrically (galvanically) isolate the input from the output.
Because of this, DC/DC converters are exceedingly adaptable. The ability to choose the output polarity and break ground loops to reduce noise in electrical systems are all benefits of having outputs that are floating with respect to the input.
Of course, the isolation barrier can also serve as a crucial safety component to prevent electric shock and other risks brought on by fault conditions.
The Global Isolated DC/DC Converters market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
RECOM has grown to become one of the most seasoned manufacturers of DC/DC converters in the world.
Due to the widest choice of sizes, pinning options, operating temperature ranges, and input/output voltage combinations available, starting at a quarter of a watt and going all the way up to three kilowatts, DC/DC module portfolio is the most comprehensive on the market.
They provide 20 kVDC isolated DC/DC converters, 20 kVDC non-isolated DC/DC converters, sub-miniature SMD mount modules, half-brick power converters, and more.
All of these products have received international safety certifications and are backed by comprehensive technical datasheets that are easily accessible.
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