Rugged DC-DC converters for aerospace and avionics power electronics applications introduced by Crane

REDMOND, Wash. – Crane Aerospace & Electronics in Redmond, Wash., is introducing the GFM series of isolated DC-DC converters for a variety of rugged defense and avionics applications.

Nov 7th, 2018
By Intelligent Aerospace staff
By Intelligent Aerospace staff

REDMOND, Wash. – Crane Aerospace & Electronics in Redmond, Wash., is introducing the GFM series of isolated DC-DC converters for a variety of rugged defense and avionics applications.

The GFM series provides 30 Watts of power with a 15-volt output and as much as 90 percent typical efficiency. The converters have an input voltage range of 8 to 50 volts and 80-volt transient protection.

The devices also operate under harsh conditions, have a compact footprint, and operate over a temperature range of -55 to 105 degrees Celsius.

The hermetically sealed, nickel plated, steel cases for these power electronics devices are 2.84 by 1.110 by 0.400 inches for the flanged case. Additional outputs will be offered.

Related: Crane’s Interpoint MFK series DC-DC converters designated as Class H under MIL-PRF-38534

Assembled in the company's MIL-PRF-38534 facilities, the GFM series delivers conversion performance with operational analysis, design stability, and engineering support.

Crane Interpoint DC-DC converters are widely used on satellites, military aircraft, military vehicles and commercial aircraft including Mars' Rovers, Ariane 5, Joint Strike Fighter F-35 and the Apache helicopter.

For more information contact Crane Aerospace & Electronics online at www.interpoint.com.

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