Affordable price DC-DC power converter with synchronous rectification technology, is designed to step down the input rated voltage 72V to 24V DC output voltage, and different models can be selected to meet your needs.
- Wide input voltage range: 30V to 90V
- Brand-new, die-cast aluminum shell and high quality design, maximum transfer efficiency of 96.4%
- Waterproof lever of IP67, moisture-proof & anti-shock protection
- Auto-recovery when the device is back to normal operating
- Built-in full protection against over/under voltage input, over-current, overload, overhead, over-temperature and short circuit
- Industry grade DC 72V to 24V buck converter, widely used in automotive, electricity, surveillance systems, railway signals, instruments, solar generates electricity, display screen of bus and taxi, car audio device, security systems, hospital equipment, telecommunications etc.
5A DC-DC Buck Converter Specification
||93% @ 60V input
|Max. rated current
|Max. rated power
|No load loss
|Ripple & noise
||-40 ~ +80℃
||10% ~ 90%RH
||-40 ~ +100℃
||Short circuit protection
|Over current protection
|Over temperature protection
|Over voltage protection
72V to 24V DC-DC Buck Converter Model Selection
Note: The series of 72 V to 12V DC-DC buck converter models are all here, check the parameter carefully from the table and select the right converter power supply when place the order.
Tips: How does a DC-DC converter work in a car?
A DC-DC converter in a car is an electrical device that transforms the vehicle's electrical system's direct current (DC) voltage from one level to another. It typically converts the higher voltage generated by the car's alternator (e.g., 12V or 24V) to lower voltages required for various vehicle components, such as 5V for USB chargers or 3.3V for sensors and microcontrollers.
The converter operates through a combination of electronic components like transistors, capacitors, and inductors. It first rectifies the input DC voltage, converting it to a stable high-frequency AC voltage. Then, it uses pulse-width modulation (PWM) techniques to control the duty cycle of this AC signal, effectively averaging it to the desired output voltage. The filtered result is a stable, regulated DC output.
DC-DC converters are crucial for powering sensitive electronics in modern cars, ensuring they receive the right voltage levels, even when the vehicle's electrical system experiences fluctuations or when lower-voltage devices need power from a higher-voltage source.