DC/DC converters | 12V, 24V or 48V DC/DC converters | 12V, 24V or 48V

DC/DC converters

Efficient and reliable PULS DC/DC converters provide regulated DC voltages of 12V, 24V or 48V.

An efficient DC/DC converter can do more than just adjust voltages. It can contribute to system reliability and increase endurance in the event of voltage fluctuations.

The compact design allows installation in standard decentralized on-machine cabinets and saves plenty of space on the DIN-rail.

DIN rail power supplies for 1-phase system

Compare Article No. DC output Range Power Input Dimensions
WxHxD (mm)
Special feature
12V 10A 12-15Vdc 120W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 32 124 102
24V 5A 24-28Vdc 120W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 32 124 102 enhanced DC input
12V 16A 12-15Vdc 192W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 39 124 117
12V 16A 12-15Vdc 192W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 39 124 117 enhanced DC input
24V 3.3A 24-28Vdc 80W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 32 124 102
5V 3A 5-5.5Vdc 15W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 23 75 91
12V 1.3A 12-15Vdc 15W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 23 75 91
24V 0.6A 24-28Vdc 15W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 23 75 91
24V 1.3A 24-28Vdc 30W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91
5V 5A 5-5.5Vdc 25W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91
10V 3A 10-12Vdc 30W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91 very low output noise
12V 2.5A 12-15Vdc 36W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91 dual-output voltage
24V 1.3A 24-28Vdc 30W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 23 75 91
24V 2.1A 24-28Vdc 50W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91
24V 2.1A 24-28Vdc 50W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91 optimised for parallel use
12V 4.2A 12-15Vdc 50W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91
48V 1.1A 48-56Vdc 50W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91
24V 2.1A 24-28Vdc 50W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91 conformal coating
24V 2.1A 24-28Vdc 50W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 98 with plug connector
12V 4.5A 12-15Vdc 54W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91
12V 4.5A 12-15Vdc 54W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91 -40°C operation
24V 2.5A 24-28Vdc 60W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91
24V 2.5A 24-28Vdc 60W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 45 75 91 -40°C operation
24V 3A 24-28Vdc 72W AC 100-120V AC 220-240V | DC 290V 45 75 91 NEC Class 2
24V 4A 24-28Vdc 95W AC 100-120V AC 220-240V | DC 290V 73 75 103 NEC Class 2
24V 4.2A 24-28Vdc 100W AC 100-120V AC 220-240V | DC 290V 73 75 103
12V 7.5A 12-15Vdc 90W AC 100-120V AC 220-240V | DC 290V 73 75 103
48V 2.1A 48-56Vdc 100W AC 100-120V AC 220-240V | DC 290V 73 75 103
24V 4.2A 24-28Vdc 100W AC 100-120V AC 220-240V | DC 290V 73 75 103 conformal coating
24V 3.4A 24-28Vdc 80W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 32 124 102
24V 5A 24-28Vdc 120W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 40 124 117
24V 5A 24-28Vdc 120W AC 100-240V | DC 100-300V 40 124 117 conformal coating, ATEX
12V 15A 12-15Vdc 180W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 60 124 117
24V 10A 24-28Vdc 240W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 60 124 117
24V 10A 24-28Vdc 240W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 60 124 117 conformal coating, ATEX
24V 10A 24-28Vdc 240W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 60 124 117 conformal coating
24V 10A 24-28Vdc 240W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 60 124 117 enhanced DC input
28V 8.6A 28-32Vdc 240W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 60 124 117
48V 5A 48-56Vdc 240W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 60 124 117
48V 5A 48-56Vdc 240W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 60 124 117 enhanced DC input
24V 20A 24-28Vdc 480W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 82 124 127
24V 20A 24-28Vdc 480W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 82 124 127 conformal coating, ATEX
24V 20A 24-28Vdc 480W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 82 124 127 conformal coating
36V 13.3A 36-42Vdc 480W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 82 124 127
48V 10A 48-55Vdc 480W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 82 124 127


DIN rail power supplies for 3-phase system

Compare Article No. DC output Range Power Input Dimensions
WxHxD (mm)
Special feature
24V 3.8A 24-28Vdc 90W AC 380-480V 73 75 103 NEC Class 2


DC/DC converter

Compare Article No. DC output Range Power Input Dimensions
WxHxD (mm)
Special feature
New
5V 10A 5-5.5Vdc 50W DC 18-32.4V 32 124 102
12V 8A 12-15Vdc 96W DC 24V 32 124 102
24V 5A 24-28Vdc 120W DC 24V 32 124 102
24V 3.8A 24Vdc 92W DC 24V 32 124 102 NEC Class 2
24V 5A 24-28Vdc 120W DC 24V 32 124 102 with signal contacts
24V 5A 24-28Vdc 120W DC 48V 32 124 102
24V 4A 24-28Vdc 96W DC 12V 32 124 102
24V 10A 24-28Vdc 240W DC 24V 42 124 117
New
24V 10A 24-28Vdc 240W DC 48V 42 124 117 DC-OK relay contact, optimised for parallel use
48V 5A 48-56Vdc 240W DC 48V 42 124 117
24V 8.3A 24-28Vdc 200W DC 96-110V 39 124 117 railway applications
24.5V 16.3A 24.5Vdc 400W DC 110V 65 124 127 railway applications
24V 20A 24-28Vdc 480W DC 110-300V 65 124 127 enhanced DC input
48V 10A 48-56Vdc 480W DC 110-300V 65 124 127 enhanced DC input
24V 4.2A 24-28Vdc 100W DC 110V 40 124 117 railway applications
24V 8.3A 24-28Vdc 200W DC 110V 60 124 117 railway applications
24V 20A 24-28Vdc 480W DC 600V 65 124 127 for drive systems
5V 8A 5-5.5Vdc 40W DC 24V 49 124 102


Power supply with integrated decoupling function

Compare Article No. DC output Range Power Input Dimensions
WxHxD (mm)
Special feature
24V 10A 24Vdc 240W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 39 124 117 hot swappable, enhanced DC input


DeviceNet power supply

Compare Article No. DC output Range Power Input Dimensions
WxHxD (mm)
Special feature
24V 3.8A 24Vdc 91W AC 100-240V | DC 110-300V 40 124 117 NEC Class 2
24V 8A 24-24.5Vdc 192W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 60 124 117 DeviceNet approved



What is the need for a DC/DC converter? What is the need for a DC/DC converter?

What is the need for a DC/DC converter?

A DC/DC converter can be installed to rectify the conditions of a voltage drop and “dirty” DC voltage in large or remote applications. This means, a DC/DC converter will take a DC input voltage, filter it and then produce a regulated DC output voltage. Depending on the model, a DC/DC converter can also step up or step down the DC voltage: e.g. from a DC 48V input to a DC 24V output.

Which applications profit most from a DC/DC converter? Which applications profit most from a DC/DC converter?

Which applications profit most from a DC/DC converter?

The DC output voltage of a power supply can be affected by various factors such as wire size and length as well as electrical noise. Especially in large applications, long wire lengths are a reality and are required to connect all the control equipment in the system. If this is combined with a small wire size the DC voltage loss can be substantial. This will possibly affect the connected loads. Even if the wire size is appropriate for the load, peak currents such as starting motors can further increase the voltage loss. A DC/DC converter is a tried and tested solution to solve these problems.

How can a DC/DC converter help in remote applications? How can a DC/DC converter help in remote applications?

How can a DC/DC converter help in remote applications?

In remote sites we often face DC only control applications. This means the DC voltage is the only available voltage and comes from a source like a battery, solar panel or DC fed from a local panel.

In addition to the voltage drop caused by the wire length, wire size and current draw, the DC voltage can also be made “dirty” by the electrical noise interjected into the wires by the surrounding equipment. Under those harsh conditions some loads will stop operation because of the large drop in DC voltage. Many DC/DC converters, on the other hand, can operate on a wide input range. The devices are able to take a compromised DC voltage, clean it up and produce a regulated DC voltage on the output.