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Gaia Converter has announced a range of line-conditioning modules for dips, brown-out, transients and spike protection for military, avionics and similar high-reliability applications.

The first module has a 50W power range and is designed to extend and monitor the input-voltage bus to provide continuous system protection against cranking, drop outs, transients and spikes to be compliant with MIL-STD-1275A/B/C, MIL-STD-704A/D/E/F, EN2282 and D0160D/E/F.

This line-conditioning module provides three forms of system protection.

During low DC-input line conditions, it operates in boost mode to maintain a secure input voltage for the DC/DC converter system.

Below this input voltage it will operate as power fail switch, shutting down the system to prevent damage from excessive operating currents.

It also provides transient and spike protection up to 100V/50ms and 600V/10us.

The second module has a 300W power range and is designed to extend and monitor the input-voltage bus to provide continuous system protection against transients and spikes to be compliant with MIL-STD-1275A/B/C, MIL-STD-704A/D/E/F, EN2282 and D0160D/E/F.

During low DC-input line conditions it includes a power-fail protection device, providing a system safety shut-down if the input power bus drops below 9V DC.

It provides transient and spike protection up to 100V/50ms and 600V/10us.

The PGDS-50 (50W) and LGDS-300 (300W) ranges are optimised to operate up to 105C without an additional heatsink for power-supply systems from 4W up to 300W power.

The modules are housed in a 25 x 38mm (1 x 1.5in) package, making them suitable for integration in very dense and compact onboard systems.

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