The so-called GPD500 can now be obtained from the power manufacturer in Salisbury, which accepts input between 10 and 20Vdc and provides stable 24Vdc output to meet the requirements of MIL-STD 1275D.
"Advanced electronic equipment developed for military vehicles is designed to be powered by 24 / 28Vdc, and in most cases the 12Vdc electrical system on non tactical vehicles can not be operated," Gresham said. "GPD500 has solved this problem with its major changes in device design."
The full load efficiency is usually 96%, and the operating temperature ranges from -40 to 70 degrees C.
The size of the IP67 epoxy seal case is 149 x, 27 x 119 mm, and the weight is 750 grams, which is in line with the MIL-STD-1275A standard.
The built-in thermal induction function can realize the closed function of automatic temperature recovery. Other protection functions include reverse input, current limiting, short circuit, input undervoltage shutoff and input overvoltage protection.
A plurality of units can be parallel to obtain more power.
Other foreseeable applications include recreational vehicles, marine and other harsh environments, mobile broadcasting, cellular base station power, industrial control, emergency standby and solar power generation systems.