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Non Isolated POL DC/DC Converter, Programmable, 30 W, 590 mV, 6 V, 6 A, Adjustable, SIP

OKR-T/6-W12-C - Non Isolated POL DC/DC Converter, Programmable, 30 W, 590 mV, 6 V, 6 A, Adjustable, SIP

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Manufacturer Part No:
OKR-T/6-W12-C
Newark Part No.:
55R2360
Product Range
OKL-T/6-W12 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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30W
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590mV
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6V
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6A
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Adjustable
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SIP
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4.5V
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14V
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-
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7.62mm
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16.5mm
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10.4mm
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OKL-T/6-W12 Series
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Product Overview

The OKR-T/6-W12-C is a 1-output Non-isolated Point-of-load (PoL) DC to DC Converter with programmable output voltage and wide input range. The OKR-T/6 series 30W miniature DC/DC converter features under voltage lock out (UVLO), over-current and over temperature protection.
  • 600kHz Operation
  • Drives up to 200μF ceramic capacitive loads
  • High power conversion efficiency at 93%
  • Outstanding thermal derating performance
  • On/off control

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