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I6A Series DC/DC Power Modules
9-40V Input, 8A Output
75W 1/16
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With Polarity Inversion
I6A24 power modules perform local voltage conversion
from either a 12V or 24V bus. The i6A24008A033V
utilizes a low component count that results in both a low
cost structure and a high level of performance. The
open-frame, compact, design features a low profile and
weight that allow for extremely flexible and robust
manufacturing processes. The high efficiency allows for
the full output power to be available even in demanding
thermal environments.
Features
Size – 33mm x 22.9 mm x 12.7 mm
(1.3 in. x 0.9 in. x 0.5 in.)
Maximum weight 15g (0.53 oz)
Thru-hole pins 3.68mm (0.145”)
Industry standard 1/16
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Up to 75W of output power in high
ambient temperature, low airflow
environments with minimal power
derating
Polarity Inversion
Wide output voltage adjustment
range (-3.3V to -30V)
Negative logic on/off
Low noise
Constant switching frequency
Remote Sense
Full, auto-recovery protection:
o Input under voltage
o Short circuit
o Thermal limit
ISO Certified manufacturing facilities
Optional Features
Positive logic on/off
Short 2.79mm (0.110”) pin length
Long 4.57mm (0.180”) pin length
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Ordering information:
Product
Identifier
Package Size
Platform
Input
Voltage
Output
Current/
Power
Units
Main
Output
Voltage
# of
Outputs
Safety
Class
Fea
ture
Set
RoHS
Indicator
i 6 A 24 008 A 033 V -
N 01 -
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TDK
Lambda
33mm x
22.9mm I6A
9V to
40V
008 - 8
Amps -3.3V to
-30V Single
N –
negative
output
See
option
table
R=RoHS 6
Compliant
Option Table:
Feature Set Positive
Logic On/Off
Negative
Logic On/Off
0.145” Pin Length
-N00 X X
-N01 (Preferred) X X
Product Offering:
Code Input Voltage Output Voltage Output Current Maximum
Output Power Efficiency
I6A24008A033V-NXX 9V-40V -3.3V to -30V 8A 75W 94%
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Mechanical Specification:
Dimensions are in mm [in]. Unless otherwise specified tolerances are: x.x ± 0.5 [0.02], x.xx ± 0.25 [0.010
]
1.02 [0.040] DIA Pins
1.78 [0.070] DIA Stand-offs
5 Places
1.57 [0.062] DIA Pins
2.59 [0.102] DIA Stand-offs
2 Places
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Recommended Hole Pattern Standard (top view):
Pin base material is copper or brass with gold over nickel plating; the maximum module weight is15g (0.53 oz.)
PIN FUNCTION PIN FUNCTION
1 Vin (+) 7 SENSE (+)
2 On/Off 8 GND
3 Vout (-)
4 Vout (-)
6 TRIM
Pin Assignment:
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Absolute Maximum Ratings:
Stress in excess of Absolute Maximum Ratings may cause permanent damage to the device.
* Engineering estimate
Input Characteristics:
Unless otherwise specified, specifications apply over all rated Input Voltage, Resistive Load, and Temperature conditions.
Characteristic
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Notes & Conditions
Operating Input Voltage 10 --- 40 Vdc
Maximum Input Current --- --- 15 A Vin= 0 to Vin,max; Io=Io,max
Startup Delay Time from application of input voltage --- 4 --- mS Vo=0 to 0.1*Vo,set; on/off=on,
Io=Io,max, Tc=25˚C
Startup Delay Time from on/off --- 4 --- mS Vo=0 to 0.1*Vo,set; Vin=Vi,nom,
Io=Io,max,Tc=25˚C
Output Voltage Rise Time --- 10 --- mS Io=Io,max,Tc=25˚C, Vo=0.1 to
0.9*Vo,set
Input Ripple Rejection --- 50* --- dB @ 120 Hz
Turn on input voltage --- 8 --- V
Turn off input voltage --- 7 9 V
*Engineering Estimate
Caution: The power modules are not internally fused. An external input line normal blow fuse with a
maximum value of 20A is required, see the Safety Considerations section of the data sheet.
Characteristic
Min
Max
Unit
Notes & Conditions
Continuous Input Voltage -0.25 50 Vdc
Input Voltage and Output Voltage Summation 53 Vdc |Vout |+ |Vin|
Isolation Voltage --- --- Vdc None
Storage Temperature -55 125 ˚C
Operating Temperature Range (Tc) -40 125* ˚C Measured at the location specified in the thermal
measurement figure; maximum temperature varies
with output current – see curve in the thermal
performance section of the data sheet.
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Electrical Data:
Characteristic
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Notes & Conditions
Output Voltage Initial Setpoint
-2.5 - +2.5 %
Vo=3.3Vsetting, Vin=Vin,nom; Io=Io,max;
Tc = 25˚C
Output Voltage Tolerance
-4 - +4 %
Over all rated input voltage, load, and
temperature conditions to end of life
Efficiency Vo = -3.3V
Vo = -5V
Vo = -12V
Vo = -18V
Vo = -28V
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90
91
93
94
94
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%
%
%
%
%
Vin=12V; Io=Io,max; Tc=25˚C
Efficiency Vo = -3.3V
Vo = -5V
Vo = -12 V
Vo = -18V
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90
92
94
93.5
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%
%
%
%
Vin=24V; Io=Io,max; Tc=25˚C
Line Regulation --- 0.5 --- % Vin=Vin,min to Vin,max
Load Regulation --- 0.6 --- % Io=Io,min to Io,max
Output Current 0 --- 8 A Observe maximum power limit
Output Current Limiting Threshold
--- 15 --- A Vo = 0.9*Vo,nom, Tc<Tc,max
Short Circuit Current
--- 0.5 --- A Vo = 0.25V, Tc = 25˚C
Output Ripple and Noise Voltage
--- 20 --- mVpp
Measured across one 0.1 uF ceramic
capacitor and one 20uF ceramic capacitor –
see input/output ripple measurement figure;
BW = 20MHz.
Output Voltage Adjustment Range -3.3 --- -30 V Refer to output adjustment curve on page
10
Input and Output Voltage Summation --- --- 48 V |Vin| + |Vo|
Output Voltage Sense Range --- --- 5 %
Dynamic Response:
Recovery Time
Transient Voltage
---
---
200
200
---
---
uS
mV
di/dt =1A/uS, Vin=Vin,nom; Vo=12V, load
step from 25% to 75% of Io,max
Switching Frequency --- 400 --- kHz Fixed
External Load Capacitance 200 --- 1600* uF Maximum capacitor varies with output
voltage, Cmax = 1600 – (47x|Vout|)uF
Vref --- 0.6 --- V Required for trim calculation
F --- 36500 --- Required for trim calculation
G --- 511 --- Required for trim calculation
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Electrical Characteristics:
Typical Efficiency vs. Input Voltage
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
0 0.27 0.54 0.81 1.08 1.35 1.62 1.89 2.16 2.43 2.7
Efficiency, h(%)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 12V Vin = 20V
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
0 0.41 0.82 1.23 1.64 2.05 2.46 2.87 3.28 3.69 4.1
Efficiency, h(%)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 18V Vin = 27V
Vo = -28V Vo = -18V
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
0 0.62 1.24 1.86 2.48 3.1 3.72 4.34 4.96 5.58 6.2
Efficiency, h(%)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 18V Vin = 33V
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
0 0.8 1.6 2.4 3.2 4 4.8 5.6 6.4 7.2 8
Efficiency, h(%)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 24V Vin = 40V
Vo = -12V Vo = -9V
70
75
80
85
90
95
0 0.8 1.6 2.4 3.2 4 4.8 5.6 6.4 7.2 8
Efficiency, h(%)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 24V Vin = 40V
70
75
80
85
90
95
0 0.8 1.6 2.4 3.2 4 4.8 5.6 6.4 7.2 8
Efficiency, h(%)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 24V Vin = 40V
Vo = -5V Vo = -3.3V
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Electrical Characteristics:
Typical Power Dissipation vs. Input Voltage
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
0 0.27 0.54 0.81 1.08 1.35 1.62 1.89 2.16 2.43 2.7
Power Dissipation (W)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 12V Vin = 20V
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
0 0.41 0.82 1.23 1.64 2.05 2.46 2.87 3.28 3.69 4.1
Power Dissipation (W)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 18V Vin = 27V
Vo = -28V Vo = -18V
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0 0.62 1.24 1.86 2.48 3.1 3.72 4.34 4.96 5.58 6.2
Power Dissipation (W)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 18V Vin = 33V
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0 0.8 1.6 2.4 3.2 4 4.8 5.6 6.4 7.2 8
Power Dissipation (W)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 24V Vin = 40V
Vo = -12V Vo = -9V
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
5
0 0.8 1.6 2.4 3.2 4 4.8 5.6 6.4 7.2 8
Power Dissipation (W)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 24V Vin = 40V
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
0 0.8 1.6 2.4 3.2 4 4.8 5.6 6.4 7.2 8
Power Dissipation (W)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 24V Vin = 40V
Vo = -5V Vo = -3.3V
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Electrical Characteristics:
Vo=-12V Typical Output Ripple at nominal Input voltage and
full load at Ta=25 degrees
Typical Output Short Circuit Current – CH3, blue
Vo=-12V Typical startup characteristic from on/off at full load.
Ch1 - output voltage, Ch4 – on/off signal
Vo=-12V Typical Input Ripple at nominal Input Voltage and full
load at Ta=25 degrees. Input capacitors 1x 22uF ceramic and
1x100uF electrolytic
Vo=-12V Typical startup characteristic from input voltage
application at full load. Ch1 - output voltage, Ch4 – input
voltage
Vo=-12V Typical output voltage transient response to load step
from 75% to 25% of full load with output current slew rate of
1A/uS. (Cext = 200uF)
Vert = 20A/div
Horz =100ms/div
Vert = 10mV/div
Horz = 2us/div
CH1 = 5V/div
CH4 = 0.5V/div
Horz = 5ms/div
CH1 = 5V/div
CH4 = 5V/div
Horz = 10ms/div
CH1 = 200mV/div
CH2 = 2A/div
Horz = 200us/div
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Electrical Characteristics (continued):
0
5
10
15
6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33
Output Voltage (V)
Input Voltage (V)
Io_min = 0A Io_mid = 3.1A Io_max = 6.2A
0
5
10
15
6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33
Input Current (A)
Input Voltage (V)
Io_min = 0A Io_mid = 3.1A Io_max = 6.2A
Vo=-12V Typical Output Voltage vs. Input Voltage
Characteristics
Vo=-12V Typical Input Current vs. Input Voltage
Characteristics
17.7
17.8
17.9
18
18.1
18.2
18.3
0 5 10 15
Output Voltage (V)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 24V Vin = 32V
4.95
4.97
4.99
5.01
5.03
5.05
0 0.8 1.6 2.4 3.2 4 4.8 5.6 6.4 7.2 8
Output Voltage (V)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 24V Vin = 40V
Vo=-18V Typical Current Limit Characteristics
Vo=-5V Typical load regulation
4
4.2
4.4
4.6
4.8
5
5.2
0 5 10 15 20 25
Output Voltage (V)
Output Current (A)
Vin = 9V Vin = 24V Vin = 40V
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
0 10 20 30 40 50
Output Voltage (V)
Input Voltage (V)
Lower Limit Upper Limit
Vo=-5V Typical Current Limit Characteristics
Output Voltage versus Input Voltage Operating Range
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Thermal Performance:
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
25 45 65 85 105 125 145
Output Current (A)
Temperature (°C)
NC 0.3 m/s (60 LFM) 0.5 m/s (100 LFM) 1.0 m/s (200 LFM) 2.0 m/s (400 LFM) Tc, Thermal Limit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
25 45 65 85 105 125 145
Output Current (A)
Temperature C)
NC 0.3 m/s (60 LFM) 0.5 m/s (100 LFM) 1.0 m/s (200 LFM) 2.0 m/s (400 LFM) Tc, Thermal Limit
Vo=-24V, Vin=15V maximum output current vs. ambient
temperature for natural convection (60lfm) to 400lfm with
airflow from pin 8 to pin 4.
Vo=-12V, Vin=20V maximum output current vs. ambient
temperature for natural convection (60lfm) to 400lfm with
airflow from pin 8 to pin 4.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
25 45 65 85 105 125 145
Output Current (A)
Temperature (°C)
NC 0.3 m/s (60 LFM) 0.5 m/s (100 LFM) 1.0 m/s (200 LFM) 2.0 m/s (400 LFM) TC Limits
Vo=-5V, Vin=24V maximum output current vs. ambient
temperature for natural convection (60lfm) to 400lfm with
airflow from pin 8 to pin 4.
i6A24008A033V thermal measurement location – top view
The thermal curves provided are based upon measurements made in TDK Lambda’s experimental test setup that is
described in the Thermal Management section. Due to the large number of variables in system design, TDK Lambda
recommends that the user verify the module’s thermal performance in the end application. The critical component should
be thermo coupled and monitored, and should not exceed the temperature limit specified in the derating curve above. It is
critical that the thermocouple be mounted in a manner that gives direct thermal contact or significant measurement errors
may result. TDK Lambda can provide modules with a thermocouple pre-mounted to the critical component for system
verification tests.
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Thermal Management:
An important part of the overall system design process
is thermal management; thermal design must be
considered at all levels to ensure good reliability and
lifetime of the final system. Superior thermal design
and the ability to operate in severe application
environments are key elements of a robust, reliable
power module.
A finite amount of heat must be dissipated from the
power module to the surrounding environment. This
heat is transferred by the three modes of heat
transfer: convection, conduction and radiation. While
all three modes of heat transfer are present in every
application, convection is the dominant mode of heat
transfer in most applications. However, to ensure
adequate cooling and proper operation, all three
modes should be considered in a final system
configuration.
The open frame design of the power module provides
an air path to individual components. This air path
improves convection cooling to the surrounding
environment, which reduces areas of heat
concentration and resulting hot spots.
Test Setup:
The thermal performance data of the
power module is based upon measurements obtained
from a wind tunnel test with the setup shown in the
wind tunnel figure. This thermal test setup replicates
the typical thermal environments encountered in most
modern electronic systems with distributed power
architectures. The electronic equipment in
networking, telecom, wireless, and advanced
computer systems operates in similar environments
and utilizes vertically mounted PCBs or circuit cards in
cabinet racks.
The power module, as shown in the figure, is mounted
on a printed circuit board (PCB) and is vertically
oriented within the wind tunnel. The cross section of
the airflow passage is rectangular. The spacing
between the top of the module and a parallel facing
PCB is kept at a constant (0.5 in). The power
module’s orientation with respect to the airflow
direction can have a significant impact on the
module’s thermal performance.
Thermal Derating
:
For proper application of the
power module in a given thermal environment, output
current derating curves are provided as a design
guideline on the Thermal Performance section for the
power module of interest. The module temperature
should be measured in the final system configuration
to ensure proper thermal management of the power
module. For thermal performance verification, the
module temperature should be measured at the
component indicated in the thermal measurement
location figure on the thermal performance page for
the power module of interest. In all conditions, the
power module should be operated below the
maximum operating temperature shown on the
derating curve. For improved design margins and
enhanced system reliability, the power module may be
operated at temperatures below the maximum rated
operating temperature
.
Heat transfer by convection can be enhanced by
increasing the airflow rate that the power module
experiences. The maximum output current of the
power module is a function of ambient temperature
(T
AMB
) and airflow rate as shown in the thermal
performance figures on the thermal performance page
for the power module of interest. The curves in the
figures are shown for natural convection through 2 m/s
(400 ft/min). The data for the natural convection
condition has been collected at 0.3 m/s (60 ft/min) of
airflow, which is the typical airflow generated by other
heat dissipating components in many of the systems
that these types of modules are used in. In the final
system configurations, the airflow rate for the natural
convection condition can vary due to temperature
gradients from other heat dissipating components.
AIRFLOW
Air Velocity and Ambient Temp
erature
Measurement Location
A
I
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(0.50)
Module
Centerline
Air Passage
Centerline
Adjacent PCB
76 (3.0)
Wind Tunnel Test Setup Figure
Dimensions are in
millimeters and (inches).
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Operating Information:
Over-Current Protection: The power modules have
short circuit protection to protect the module during
severe overload conditions. During overload
conditions, the power modules may protect
themselves by entering a hiccup current limit mode.
The modules will operate normally once the output
current returns to the specified operating range. Long
term operation outside the rated conditions and prior
to the hiccup protection engaging is not recommended
unless measures are taken to ensure the module’s
thermal limits are being observed.
Remote On/Off: - The power modules have an
internal remote on/off circuit. The user must supply
compatible switch between the GND pin and the on/off
pin. The maximum voltage generated by the power
module at the on/off terminal is Vin,max. The
maximum allowable leakage current of the switch is
10 uA. The switch must be capable of maintaining a
low signal Von/off < 0.25V while sinking 1mA.
The standard on/off logic is negative logic. In the
circuit configuration shown the power module will turn
on if the external switch is on and it will be off if the
switch is off and the on/off pin is open. If the negative
logic feature is not being used, terminal 2 should be
connected to ground. A voltage source should not be
applied to the on/off terminal.
GND
On/ Off
Vin (+)
On/Off Circuit for positive or negative logic
An optional positive logic is available. In the circuit
configuration shown the power module will turn on if
the external switch is off and it will be off if the external
switch is on. If the positive logic feature is not being
used, terminal 2 should be left open.
Remote Sense: The power modules feature remote
sense to compensate for the effect of output
distribution drops. The output voltage sense range
defines the maximum voltage allowed between the
output power terminal (pin 8) and output sense
terminal (pin 7), and it is found on the electrical data
page for the power module of interest. If the remote
sense feature is not being used, the Sense terminal
should be connected to the GND terminal.
The magnitude of the output voltage at the Vo terminal
can be increased by either the remote sense or the
output voltage adjustment feature. The maximum
voltage increase allowed is the larger of the remote
sense range or the output voltage adjustment range; it
is not the sum of both. As the output voltage
increases due to the use of the remote sense, the
maximum output current may need to be decreased
for the power module to remain below its maximum
power rating.
Output Voltage Adjustment: The output voltage
of
the power module may be adjusted by using an
external resistor connected between the Vout trim
terminal and Vout(-) terminal. Care should be taken to
avoid injecting noise into the power module’s trim pin.
Trim
Vout(
-
)
Rup
GND
Circuit to increase output voltage
With a resistor between the trim and Vout(-) terminals,
the output voltage is adjusted up. To adjust the output
voltage from Vo,nom to Vo,up the trim resistor should
be chosen according to the following equation:
Ru Vref F
Voup Vonom
G:=
The values of Vref, G and F are found in the electrical
data section for the power module of interest.
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The maximum power available from the power module
is fixed. As the output voltage is trimmed up, the
maximum output current must be decreased to
maintain the maximum rated power of the module.
e.g. Vo = 5V
Ru 0.6 36500
5 0.6
511:=
Vout (V) Ru (Kohm)
3.3 7.6
5 4.47
9.6 1.92
12 1.41
18 0.75
EMC Considerations:
TDK Lambda power modules
are designed for use in a wide variety of systems and
applications. For assistance with designing for EMC
compliance, please contact TDK Lambda technical
support.
Input Impedance:
The source impedance of the power feeding the
DC/DC converter module will interact with the DC/DC
converter. To minimize the interaction, low-esr
capacitors should be located at the input to the
module. It is recommended that a 22uF ceramic input
capacitor be placed as close as possible to the
module. Data is provided on the electrical
characteristics page, showing the typical input ripple
voltage with 100uF electrolytic capacitor.
Reliability:
The power modules are designed using TDK
Lambda’s stringent design guidelines for component
derating, product qualification, and design reviews.
The MTBF is calculated to be greater than 10 million
hours at full output power and Ta = 40˚C using the
Telcordia SR-332 calculation method.
Quality:
TDK Lambda’s product development process
incorporates advanced quality planning tools such as
FMEA and Cpk analysis to ensure designs are robust
and reliable. All products are assembled at ISO
certified assembly plant
Input/Output Ripple and Noise Measurements:
100KHz
Voutput
Cext
1
2
+
1uH
1
2
esr<0.1
Battery
100KHz
+
RLoad
1
2
esr<0.1
-
Vinput
1000uF
1
2
Ground
Plane
300uF
1
2
-
The input reflected ripple is measured with a current probe and oscilloscope. The ripple current is the current through the 1uH inductor.
The output ripple measurement is made approximately 9 cm (3.5 in.) from the power module using an oscilloscope and BNC socket. The
capacitor Cext is located about 5 cm (2 in.) from the power module; its value varies from code to code and is found on the electrical data page
for the power module of interest under the ripple & noise voltage specification in the Notes & Conditions column.
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Safety Considerations:
As of the publishing date, certain safety agency
approvals may have been received on the i6A series
and others may still be pending. Check with TDK
Lambda for the latest status of safety approvals on the
i6A product line.
For safety agency approval of the system in which the
DC-DC power module is installed, the power module
must be installed in compliance with the creepage and
clearance requirements of the safety agency.
To preserve maximum flexibility, the power modules
are not internally fused. An external input line normal
blow fuse with a maximum value of 20A is required by
safety agencies. A lower value fuse can be selected
based upon the maximum dc input current and
maximum inrush energy of the power module.
Warranty:
TDK Lambda’s comprehensive line of power solutions
includes efficient, high-density DC-DC converters.
TDK Lambda offers a three-year limited warranty.
Complete warranty information is listed on our web
site or is available upon request from TDK Lambda.
Information furnished by TDK Lambda is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, TDK Lambda assumes no responsibility
for its use, nor for any infringement of patents or other rights of third parties, which may result from its use. No license is granted
by implication or otherwise under any patent or patent rights of TDK Lambda. TDK components are not designed to be used in
applications, such as life support systems, wherein failure or malfunction could result in injury or death. All sales are subject to
TDK Lambda’s Terms and Conditions of Sale, which are available upon request. Specifications are subject to change without
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