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DIN Rail DC/DC Converters offer power ratings up to 600 W.

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August 15, 2014 - Respectively carrying 50–200 W and 400–600 W ratings, 4.23 x 4.01 x 2.07 in. VHK DIN series and 7.83 x 5.00 x 2.11 in. VFK DIN series comprise 90+ isolated models that come in rugged aluminum case and feature 4:1 input as well as efficiencies as high as 92%. Users can select from input voltages of 9–36 Vdc or 18–75 Vdc for 50–400 W models and 18–36 Vdc or 36–75 Vdc for 600 W models. Depending on series, output voltages of 3.3, 5, 12, 15, 24, 28, 32, or 48 Vdc are available.

Cui Inc.

20050 S.W. 112th Ave., Tualatin, OR, 97062, USA

Original Press Release

CUI Expands DIN Rail DC-DC Converter Line up to 600 W

Press release date: August 12, 2014

Designed to speed and simplify installation in industrial environments

TUALATIN, Ore. — CUI Inc announced the expansion of their DIN rail dc-dc product line with the addition of over 90 new high wattage models ranging from 50~600 W.  The VHK and VFK DIN families are high efficiency isolated dc-dc converters packaged in a rugged aluminum case that feature an ultra-wide 4:1 input.  With efficiencies as high as 92% and an integrated aluminum heat sink, the units are able to operate at higher temperatures with a minimal amount of air flow.  They have been designed for applications where the convenience of DIN rail mounting is required, such as industrial equipment, mobile equipment, and telecom base stations.

Users can select from input voltages of 9~36 Vdc or 18~75 Vdc for 50~400 W models and 18~36 Vdc or 36~75 Vdc for 600 W models.  Output voltages of 3.3, 5, 12, 15, 24, 28, 32, or 48 Vdc are available depending on the series. Standard operating temperature range is -40~85°C, with the 50 W model operating up to 60°C under convection-cooled conditions.

Safety features of the VHK and VFK DIN series include over current, over temperature, input transient, and short circuit protections. Additional features include output trim, remote sense and remote on/off control.  For applications that require power above 600 W, the VFK600-DIN series comes standard with load share capability.

The VHK DIN family ranging from 50~200 W measures 107.5 x 101.8 x 52.6 mm (4.23 x 4.01 x 2.07 in) while the VFK DIN family ranging from 400~600 W measures 199.0 x 127.0 x 53.6 mm (7.83 x 5.00 x 2.11 in).  All electrical connections are easily accessible via screw terminals.

The VHK and VFK DIN families are available now through distribution starting at $143 for 50 pieces.  Please contact CUI for volume pricing.

Summary
Product name: VHK50W-DIN series, VHK75W-DIN series, VHK100W-DIN series, VHK150W-DIN series, VHK200W-DIN series, VFK400W-DIN series, VFK600-DIN series
Availability: 8-12 weeks production
Possible users: Industrial, mobile equipment, telecom base stations
Primary features: Rugged DIN rail packaging, 4:1 input, -40° to + 85°C operating temperature
Cost: Starting at $143 per unit through distribution

About CUI Inc
CUI Inc is a technology company dedicated to the development and distribution of electro-mechanical products. Their broad power and component product portfolios allow customers to address design challenges across a range of industries and applications. Built on a solid foundation of core operating principals, CUI seeks to maximize value for customers through their engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain capabilities. As an industry leader, CUI continues to invest in the future through new technologies, talented employees, expanded manufacturing capabilities, and a growing global reach. For more information, please visit www.cui.com.

CUI Inc is a subsidiary of CUI Global, Inc., a publically traded company under the ticker symbol NASDAQ: CUI.

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