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DSM/DWR Models
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Dual Output, 3.3V and 5V, 15Watt DC/DC Converters
FEATURES

Regulated 5V and 3.3V outputs

5V @ 2.65Amps/3.3V @ 3 Amps capability

15 Watts total output power
Typical units

1" x 2" SMT or through-hole package

Available input voltage ranges:
10-18V, 18-36V or 36-75V

No-load stable operation

UL/EN60950-1 safety approvals
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
 mark available (75V-input models)
For surface mount or through-hole applications requiring 15 Watts of power from 5V and 3.3V, Murata
Power Solutions offers a new power sharing DC/DC converter capable of meeting your output current
requirements. The DSM/DWR series is available with three different input voltage ranges: 36-75V input
(D48), 18-36V input (D24) or 10-18V input (D12). These converters are fully isolated and capable of delivering any combination of 5V and 3.3V output current up to a combined total of 15 Watts of output power.
Housed in 1" x 2" metal packages coated with electrically non-conductive finish, DSM/DWR converters are regulated by a 3.3V control loop that provides load regulation of ±0.5% for 3.3V output and
±1.5% for 5V output.
All models include input filtering, input overvoltage and undervoltage shutdown circuitry, output shortcircuit and current-limiting protection, and thermal shutdown. All models provide trim capability and an
on/off control function. Fully synchronous output rectification provides high efficiency (86%) and a stable
output under no-load conditions.
DSM/DWR power sharing modules offer low output ripple and noise performance, 1500 Vdc isolation
voltage, and are fully specified for –40 to +100°C operation. These devices meet IEC950, UL1950 and
EN60950-1 safety standards. "D48" models are CE marked (meets LVD requirements).

Continuous short-circuit protection

Fully isolated, 1500Vdc guaranteed

–40 to +100°C operating temperature

Input under and overvoltage shutdown

Output OVP, thermal shutdown
SIMPLIFIED SCHEMATIC
+5V OUTPUT
(5)
+INPUT
(1)
SWITCH
CONTROL
+3.3V OUTPUT
(8)
–INPUT
(2)
ON/OFF
CONTROL
(3)
OUTPUT
RETURN
(7)
PWM
CONTROLLER
OPTO
ISOLATION
UV & OV
COMPARATORS
REFERENCE &
ERROR AMP
THERMAL
SHUTDOWN
TRIM
(9)
Figure 1. Simplified Schematic
Typical topology is shown.
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DSM/DWR Models
Dual Output, 3.3V and 5V, 15Watt DC/DC Converters
Performance Specifications and Ordering Guide ➀
Output
R/N (mVp-p) ➂
Input
Regulation (Max.)
VOUT
(Volts)
IOUT ➁
(Amps)
Typ.
Max.
Line
Load ➃
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D12-C
DWR-5/2.65-3.3/3-D12-C
5
2.65
40
75
±1%
±1.5%
3.3
3
60
100
±0.5%
±0.5%
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D24-C
DWR-5/2.65-3.3/3-D24-C
5
2.65
40
75
±1%
±1.5%
3.3
3
60
100
±0.5%
±0.5%
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D48-C
DWR-5/2.65-3.3/3-D48-C
5
2.65
40
75
±1%
±1.5%
3.3
3
60
100
±0.5%
±0.5%
Model
Package
(Case,
Pinout)
Efficiency
VIN Nom.
(Volts)
Range
(Volts)
IIN ➄
(mA)
Min.
Typ.
12
10-18
60/1450
83%
86%
C18A, P36
C34, P36
24
18-36
35/730
83%
85%
C18A, P36
C34, P36
48
36-75
20/370
83%
85%
C18A, P36
C34, P36
➃ Tested from 250mA to 100% full load (other output at 250mA load).
➄ Nominal line voltage, no load/balanced full-power condition.
➀ Typical at TA = +25°C under nominal line voltage and balanced "full-load" conditions (5V @ 1.5A/3.3V @ 2.25A).
➁ Any combination of 5V/3.3V rated IOUT current, not to exceed 15 Watts of output power. (See derating graphs.)
➂ Ripple/Noise (R/N) measured over a 20MHz bandwidth. All models are specified with 0.47µF ceramic
in parallel with 100µF tantalum output capacitors.
As of September 2014, ONLY the following part numbers will be available: DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D24-C;
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D24L1-C; DWR-5/2.65-3.3/3-D24-C.
PART NUMBER STRUCTURE
DSM - 5 / 2.65 - 3.3 / 3 - D48 LX - C
Dual Output:
DSM: Surface-Mount Series➁
(Selective soldering only)
DWR: Through-Hole Series
Optional Functions
RoHS-6 compliant
See Optional Functions
Input Voltage Range:
D12 = 10-18 Volts (12V nominal)
D24 = 18-36 Volts (24V nominal)
D48 = 36-75 Volts (48V nominal)
V1 Nominal Output Voltage:
5 Volts
I1 Maximum Output Current:
2.65 Amps
I2 Maximum Output Current:
3 Amps
V2 Nominal Output Voltage:
3.3 Volts
DSM/DWR 15 Watt DC/DC's are designed with an On/Off Control
function, with positive polarity in the pin 3 position.
DWR➀
Blank = On/Off Control function (positive polarity) on pin
3 only
models
}
L1 = Pin length: 0.110 inches (2.79mm) ±0.010
L2 = Pin length: 0.145 inches (3.68mm) ±0.010
➀ Special quantity order is required; samples available with
standard pin length only.
➁ SMT (M) versions not available in sample quantities.
➂ Some model number combinations may not be available. See
website or contact your local Murata sales representative.
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
I/O Connections
0.100
(2.54)
0.110
(2.79)
4
3
0.500
(12.70) 0.300
(7.62)
2
2.00 ±0.03
(50.80)
9
Case C18A
DSM Models
8
7
6
Case C34
DWR Models
0.45
(11.43)
0.800
(20.32)
1.00 ±0.03
4 EQ. SP. @ (25.40)
0.200 (5.08)
METAL CASE
INSULATED PAD
0.040 ±0.001 DIA.
(1.016 ±0.025)
5
1
0.20 MIN
(5.08)
TOP VIEW
1.800
(45.72)
0.10
(2.54)
0.10
(2.54)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function P36
+Input
–Input
On/Off Control
Case
+5V Output
NC
Output Return
+3.3V Output
Trim
Dimensions are in inches (mm) shown for ref. only.
Third Angle Projection
2.00 ±0.03
(50.80)
0.060
(1.52)
0.52
(13.21)
1
0.110
(2.79)
0.300
(7.62)
0.015
(0.38)
2
5
0.200
(5.08)
8
4
INSULATED BASE
METAL CASE
0.015
(0.38)
6
7
3
9
BOTTOM VIEW
0.055
(1.40)
0.10
(2.54)
0.800 (20.32)
1.00 ±0.03
4 EQ. SP. @
(25.40)
0.200 (10.16)
Tolerances (unless otherwise specified):
.XX ± 0.02 (0.5)
.XXX ± 0.010 (0.25)
Angles ± 2˚
Components are shown for reference only.
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DSM/DWR Models
Dual Output, 3.3V and 5V, 15Watt DC/DC Converters
Performance/Functional Specifications
Typical @ TA = +25°C under nominal line voltage, balanced "full-load" conditions, unless noted. ➀
Input
Input Voltage Range:
D12 Models
D24 Models
D48 Models
10-18 Volts (12V nominal)
18-36 Volts (24V nominal)
36-75 Volts (48V nominal)
Overvoltage Shutdown:
D12 Models
D24 Models
D48 Models
18.5-21 Volts (19V typical)
37-40 Volts (38.5V typical)
77-81 Volts (79.5V typical)
Start-Up Threshold:
D12 Models
D24 Models
D48 Models
9.4-10 Volts (9.6V typical)
16.5-18 Volts (17V typical)
34-36 Volts (35V typical)
Undervoltage Shutdown:
D12 Models
D24 Models
D48 Models
7.0-8.5 Volts (8V typical)
15.5-17.5 Volts (16.5V typical)
32.5-35.5 Volts (33.5V typical)
Input Current:
Normal Operating Conditions
Standby Mode:
Off, OV, UV, Thermal Shutdown
See Ordering Guide
10mA
Output (continued)
Short Circuit Current:
5V Output
3.3V Output
5.5 Amps average, continuous current
3 Amps average, continuous current
Maximum Capacitive Loading
330µF per output
Temperature Coefficient
±0.02% per °C
Dynamic Characteristics
Dynamic Load Response: ➁
5V (50-100% step to 98% VOUT)
3.3V (50-100% step to 98.5% VOUT)
200µsec maximum (3.3V @ 0.25A)
200µsec maximum (5V @ 0.25A)
Start-Up Time:
VIN to VOUT
On/Off to VOUT
10msec
10msec
Switching Frequency
260kHz (±25kHz)
Environmental
MTBF: ➅
D12 Models
D24 Models
D48 Models
TBD hours
2.1 million hours
2.4 million hours
Operating Temperature: (Ambient): ➁
Without Derating:
With Derating
–40 to +60°C
To +100°C (See Derating Curves)
Case Temperature:
Maximum Operational
For Thermal Shutdown
+100°C
101°C minimum, 115°C maximum
–40 to +120°C
Input Reflected Ripple Current ➇
10mAp-p
Internal Input Filter: Capacitive
D12 Models
D24 Models
D48 Models
10µF
3.3µF
1.5µF
Reverse-Polarity Protection:
D12 Models
D24 Models
D48 Models
1 minute duration, 3A maximum
1 minute duration, 2A maximum
1 minute duration, 1A maximum
Storage Temperature
Dimensions
See Mechanical Specifications
On = open or to +15V,
IIN @ 13V = 800µA
Off = 0 to 0.8V, IIN @ 0V = 2mA
Internal Case Connection
Case connection via pin 4
Case Material
Corrosion resistant steel with
non-conductive, epoxy-based, black
enamel finish and plastic baseplate
Pin Material
Gold-plate copper alloy pins or tin-plate
copper alloy SMT contacts
Weight
1.6 ounces (46 grams)
On/Off Control: (Pin 3): ➂ ➄
Physical
Output
VOUT Accuracy:
5V Output
3.3V Output
±2.5% maximum
±1.5% maximum
Minimum Loading Per Specification ➆ 250mA
Minimum Load For Stability
No load
Ripple/Noise (20MHz BW) ➃
See Ordering Guide
Line/Load Regulation
See Ordering Guide
Efficiency
See Ordering Guide / Efficiency Curves
Cross Regulation:
5V Output
([email protected], [email protected])
3.3V Output
([email protected], [email protected])
±2%
±0.5%
Trim Range ➁
±5%
Isolation Voltage:
Input-to-Output
Input-to-Case
Output-to-Case
1500Vdc minimum
1000Vdc minimum
1000Vdc minimum
Isolation Capacitance
560pF
Isolation Resistance
100MΩ
Current Limit Inception:
5V @ 95% VOUT (3.3V @ 0.25A)
3.3V @ 97% VOUT (5V @ 0.25A)
3.3-4 Amps
4.7-5.7 Amps
Primary to Secondary Insulation Level Operational
➀ Balanced "full-load" is 5V @ 1.5A/3.3V @ 2.25A. All models are specified with external
0.47µF ceramic and 100µF tantalum output capacitors.
➁ See Technical Notes/Graphs for details.
➂ Applying a voltage to On/Off Control (pin 3) when no input power is applied to the
converter can cause permanent damage.
➃ Output noise may be further reduced with the installation of additional external output
capacitors. See Technical Notes.
➄ On/Off control is designed to be driven with open collector or by appropriate voltage
levels. Voltages must be referenced to the –Input (Pin 2).
➅ Demonstrated MTBF available on request.
➆ For conditions with less than minimum loading, outputs remain stable. However, regulation
performance will degrade.
➇ Input Ripple Current is tested/specified over a 5-20MHz bandwidth with an external 22µF
input capacitor and a simulated source impedance of 220µF and 12µH. See I/O Filtering,
Input Ripple Current and Output Noise for details.
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DSM/DWR Models
Dual Output, 3.3V and 5V, 15Watt DC/DC Converters
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Input Voltage:
Continuous:
D12 Models
D24 Models
D48 Models
Transient (100msec): D12 Models
D24 Models
D48 Models
Input Reverse-Polarity Protection: ➁
D12 Models
D24 Models
D48 Models
Output Current ➁
21 Volts
40 Volts
81 Volts
25 Volts
50 Volts
100 Volts
Input Current must be limited. 1 minute
duration. Fusing recommended.
3 Amps
2 Amps
1 Amps
Current limited. Devices can withstand
an indefinite output short circuit.
On/Off Control (Pin 3) Max. Voltages:
Referenced to –Input (pin 2)
+15V
Storage Temperature
–40 to +120°C
Lead Temperature (Soldering, 10 sec.)
+300°C
These are stress ratings. Exposure of devices to greater than any of these conditions may
adversely affect long-term reliability. Proper operation under conditions other than those
listed in the Performance/Functional Specifications Table is not implied, nor recommended.
TECHNICAL NOTES
Isolation / Case Connection
The XWR Series’ 5V and 3.3V outputs (pins 5 & 8) with its common return (pin
7) are isolated from the +VIN and –VIN inputs (pins 1 & 2) via a transformer
and an opto-coupled transistor.
The DC/DC converter’s case is internally connected to pin 4. This allows
circuit specific grounding of the case on either the input or the output side, or
leaving the case disconnected, i.e. “floating.”
Input Fusing
Certain applications and/or safety agencies may require the installation of
fuses at the inputs of power conversion components. Fuses should also be
used if the possibility of a sustained, non-current-limited, input-voltage polarity reversal exists. For XWR 15 Watt Series Converters, it is recommended to
install slow blow fuses with values no greater than the following, in the +Input
line.
VIN Range
D12 Models
D24 Models
D48 Models
D48 models). Once operating, devices will not turn off until the input voltage
drops below the Undervoltage Shutdown limit (34V for D48 models). Subsequent re-start will not occur until the input is brought back up to the Start-Up
Threshold. This built in hysteresis prevents any unstable on/off situations from
occurring at a single input voltage.
Input voltages exceeding the input overvoltage shutdown specification listed
in the Performance/Functional Specifications will cause the device to shutdown. A built-in hysteresis of 0.6 to 1.6 Volts for all models will not allow the
converter to restart until the input voltage is sufficiently reduced.
Start-Up Time
The VIN to VOUT start-up time is the interval of time where the input voltage
crosses the turn-on threshold point, and the fully loaded output voltage enters
and remains within its specified accuracy band. Actual measured times will
vary with input source impedance, external input/output capacitance, and
the slew rate of the input voltages. The XWR 15 Watt Series implements a
soft start circuit that limits the duty cycle of the PWM controller at power up,
thereby limiting the Input Inrush current.
The On/Off Control to VOUT start-up time assumes the converter has its
nominal input voltage applied but is turned off via the On/Off Control pin. The
specification defines the interval between the time at which the converter is
turned on and the fully loaded output voltage enters and remains within its
specified accuracy band. Similar to the VIN to VOUT start-up, the On/Off Control
to VOUT start-up time is also governed by the internal soft start circuitry and
external load capacitance.
On/Off Control
The On/Off Control (pin 3) may be used for remote on/off operation. As shown
in Figure 1, the control pin is referenced to the –Input (pin 2) and will be internally pulled to a high state. The XWR Series is designed so that it is enabled
when the control pin is left open (pulled high) and disabled when the control
pin is pulled low (less than +0.8V relative to –Input).
Dynamic control of the on/off function is best accomplished with a mechanical relay or an open-collector/open-drain circuit (optically isolated if appropriate). The drive circuit should be able to sink approximately 1 mA for logic low.
The on/off control function is designed such that the converter can be
disabled while the input power is ramping up, and then “released” once the
input has stabilized.
Fuse Value
3 Amps
2 Amps
1 Amps
Input Reverse-Polarity Protection
Upon applying a reverse-polarity voltage to the DC/DC converter, an internal
diode will be forward biased, drawing excessive current from the power
source. Therefore, it is required that the input current be limited by either an
appropriately rated input fuse or a current limited power source.
+Vcc
13V CIRCUIT
3
ON/OFF
CONTROL
2
5V CIRCUIT
–INPUT
Input Overvoltage/Undervoltage Shutdown and Start-Up Threshold
Under normal start-up conditions, devices will not begin to regulate until the
ramping-up input voltage exceeds the Start-Up Threshold Voltage (35V for
Figure 2. Internal On/Off Control circuitry
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DSM/DWR Models
Dual Output, 3.3V and 5V, 15Watt DC/DC Converters
5V & 3.3V Regulation
Trimming Output Voltages
The XWR Series converters are designed such that both the 5V and 3.3V outputs share a common regulation feedback control loop. Though the feedback
loop is influenced by both outputs, the 3.3 Volt output is dominant. As a result,
the 3.3 Volt regulation (0.5%) is superior to the 5 Volt regulation (1.5%).
The DSM/DWR converters have a trim capability (pin 9) that allow users
to adjust the output voltages ±5%. A trim adjustment will cause an equal
percentage of change in both outputs. Adjustments to the output voltages can
be accomplished via a trim pot, Figure 3, or a single fixed resistor as shown
in Figures 4 and 5. A single fixed resistor can increase or decrease the output
voltage depending on its connection. Fixed resistors should have absolute TCR's
less than 100ppm/°C to minimize sensitivity to changes in temperature.
The converters are specified for load regulation of minimum (250mA) to 100%
loading. All models are stable under no-load conditions, but operation below
minimum load mandates an increase in the regulation tolerance of ±0.5% for
3.3 Volt output and an increase of ±1% for the 5 Volt output. A slight increase
in switching noise may also be observed for operation below minimum loading. Operation with a full load on 3.3 Volt output and light to no load on 5 Volt
output is the most demanding for +5V regulation.
Filtering and Noise Reduction
The XWR Series Converters achieve their rated ripple and noise specifications with the use of 0.47µF ceramic in parallel with 100µF tantalum output
capacitors. In critical applications, input/output noise may be further reduced
by installing additional external I/O capacitors. Input capacitors should be
selected for bulk capacitance, low ESR and high rms-ripple-current ratings.
Output capacitors should be selected for low ESR and appropriate frequency
response. All caps should have appropriate voltage ratings and be located as
close to the converter as possible.
A single resistor connected from the Trim pin (pin 9) to the +3.3V Output (pin 8),
see Figure 4, will decrease the output voltages. A resistor connected from the
Trim pin (pin 9) to Output Return (pin 7) will increase the output voltages.
Trim adjustments greater than 5% can have an adverse effect on the converter's performance and is not recommended.
1
Current Limiting
When power demands from either output fall within 120% to 190% of the
rated output current, the DC/DC converter will go into a current limiting mode.
In this condition, both output voltages will decrease proportionately with
increases in output current, thereby maintaining a somewhat constant power
dissipation.
This is commonly referred to as power limiting. Current limit inception is
defined as the point where the full-power output voltage falls below the
specified tolerance. If the load current being drawn from the converter is
significant enough, the unit will go into a short circuit condition. See “Short
Circuit Condition.”
ON/OFF
CONTROL
4
+3.3V OUTPUT
TRIM
8
+3.3V LOAD
9
Figure 3. Trim Connections Using A Trimpot
1
5
+5V OUTPUT
+INPUT
+5V LOAD
2
3
7
OUTPUT
RETURN
–INPUT
ON/OFF
CONTROL
+3.3V LOAD
4
+3.3V OUTPUT
8
CASE
TRIM
RTDOWN (kΩ) =
9
R TRIM
DOWN
2.49(VO – 1.234)
3.3 – VO
–14
Figure 4. Decrease Output Voltage Trim Connections
Using A Fixed Resistor
1
+INPUT
+5V OUTPUT
5
+5V LOAD
OUTPUT
RETURN
–INPUT
Short Circuit Condition
3
Following a time-out period of 5 to 15 milliseconds, the PWM will restart,
causing the output voltages to begin ramping to their appropriate values. If
the short-circuit condition persists, another shutdown cycle will be initiated. This on/off cycling is referred to as “hiccup” mode. The hiccup cycling
reduces the average output current, thereby preventing internal temperatures
from rising to excessive levels. The modules are capable of enduring an
indefinite short circuit output condition.
20kΩ
5-22
Turns
CASE
2
When a converter is in current limit mode the output voltages will drop as
the output current demand increases. If the output voltage drops too low, the
magnetically coupled voltage used to develop primary side voltages will also
drop, thereby shutting down the PWM controller.
7
OUTPUT
RETURN
–INPUT
Thermal Shutdown
These XWR converters are equipped with Thermal Shutdown Circuitry. If
the internal temperature of the DC/DC converter rises above the designed
operating temperature, a precision temperature sensor will power down the
unit. When the internal temperature decreases below the threshold of the
temperature sensor, the units will self start.
+5V LOAD
2
3
5
+5V OUTPUT
+INPUT
ON/OFF
CONTROL
4
7
+3.3V LOAD
+3.3V OUTPUT
8
CASE
TRIM
RT UP (kΩ) =
3.073
VO – 3.3
9
R TRIM
UP
–14
Figure 5. Increase Output Voltage Trim Connections
Using A Fixed Resistor
Accuracy of adjustment is subject to tolerances or resistor values and factoryadjusted output accuracy. VO = desired output voltage.
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DSM/DWR Models
Dual Output, 3.3V and 5V, 15Watt DC/DC Converters
Recommended PC Board Layout
SMT Solder Process for DSM models
A single pc board layout could accommodate both the through-hole and the
SMT models of the XWR Series as per the figure below. Note that on page 2
of this data sheet, the DWR through-whole package is drawn with a bottom
view of its pin locations, and the DSM surface-mount package is drawn with
a top view of its pin locations. As shown, the through-hole pin locations, when
viewed from the top, fall just aside (on 1.8 inch centers) the SMT pin locations, which essentially begin on 2.1 inch centers.
For the surface-mount DSM models of the XWR Series, the packages’ gullwing leads are made of tin-plated (150 micro inches) copper. The gull-wing
configuration, as opposed to “J” leads, was selected to keep the solder joints
out from under the package to minimize both, heat conduction away from the
leads (into the encapsulated package) and shadowing effects.
The layout shows +Input and Case grounded on the primary side. Application dependant the primary ground could of course also be connected to
-Input and Case. Creepage and clearance distances between input and output
should comply with all relevant safety regulations.
DSM modules do not currently withstand the standard solder-reflow process
with its most common temperature profiles. In order to avoid damage to the
converter a selective solder process with the following parameters must
therefore be chosen (i.e. hot air gun or a hand soldering method):
Pre-heat phase 30-60°C rise/minute to 150°C maximum.
Lead temperature 300°C for 10 seconds maximum.
2.00 (50.80)
As shown in Figure 7, our tests have determined the optimal landing-pad size
to be 160 mils by 130 mils (4 x 3.3 mm).
B
A
1.800 (45.72)
4
B
A
9
0.300
(7.62)
8
3
Case C34
1.00
(25.40)
7
2
6
0.200
(5.08)
1
5
TOP VIEW
PIN LENGTH: 0.20 MIN (5.08)
PIN DIAMETER: 0.040 ±0.001 (1.016 ±0.025)
CASE
0.800 (20.32)
4 EQ. SP. @
0.200 (10.16)
TRIM
+3.3V OUTPUT
ON/OFF CONTROL
OUTPUT RETURN
–INPUT
N.C.
+5V OUTPUT
+INPUT
POWER GROUND
0.015
(0.38)
0.100
(2.54)
0.110
(2.79)
4
9
8
3
0.500
(12.70) 0.300
(7.62)
Case C18A
2
7
6
0.800
(20.32)
4 EQ. SP. @
0.200 (5.08)
5
1
1.00
(25.40)
0.130*
(3.30)
TOP VIEW
0.10
(2.54)
0.110**
(2.79)
0.100**
(2.54)
* PAD DIMENSION
** LEAD DIMENSION
0.160*
(4.06)
I/O Connections
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function P36
+Input
–Input
On/Off Control
Case
+5V Output
NC
Output Return
+3.3V Output
Trim
Figure 7 . PC Board Land Pattern
Figure 6. Recommended Board Layout
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DSM/DWR Models
Dual Output, 3.3V and 5V, 15Watt DC/DC Converters
PERFORMANCE DATA
D12 Models
D24 Models
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D24 - Typical 3.3 VOUT Efficiency vs. Load
(+5V @ 250mA)
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D12 - Typical 3.3 VOUT Efficiency vs. Load
(+5V @ 250mA)
90
90
VIN = 18V
85
85
80
80
Efficiency (%)
Efficiency (%)
VIN = 10V
VIN = 12V
75
VIN = 18V
VIN = 24V
75
VIN = 36V
70
70
65
65
60
60
0.3
0.6
0.9
1.2
1.5
1.8
2.1
2.4
2.7
0.3
3
0.6
0.9
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D12 - Typical 5 VOUT Efficiency vs. Load
(+3.3V @ 250mA)
1.8
2.1
2.4
2.7
3
90
VIN = 10V
VIN = 18V
85
85
80
Efficiency (%)
Efficiency (%)
1.5
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D24 - Typical 5 VOUT Efficiency vs. Load
(+3.3V @ 250mA)
90
VIN = 12V
75
VIN = 18V
70
65
80
VIN = 24V
75
VIN = 36V
70
65
60
60
0.3
0.5
0.8
1.1
1.3
1.6
1.9
2.1
2.4
2.7
0.3
0.5
0.8
+5V Output Current (Amps)
1.1
1.3
1.6
1.9
2.1
2.4
2.7
34
36
+5V Output Current (Amps)
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D24 - Efficiency vs. Line and Load
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D12 - Efficiency vs. Line and Load
88
88
87
87
86
86
Efficiency (%)
Efficiency (%)
1.2
+3.3V Output Current (Amps)
+3.3V Output Current (Amps)
85
84
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83
85
84
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83
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VOUT = [email protected][email protected]
82
82
VOUT = [email protected][email protected]
VOUT = [email protected][email protected]
81
81
80
80
10
10.89
11.78
12.67
13.56
14.44
15.33
Input Voltage (Volts)
16.22
17.11
18
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
Input Voltage (Volts)
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DSM/DWR Models
Dual Output, 3.3V and 5V, 15Watt DC/DC Converters
PERFORMANCE DATA
D48 Models
D12, 24, 48 Models
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D48 - Typical 3.3 VOUT Efficiency vs. Load
(+5V @ 250mA)
Output Power vs. Ambient Temperature
VIN = Nominal, Natural Convection
90
16
VIN = 36V
14
85
Output Power (Watts)
Efficiency (%)
12
80
75
VIN = 60V
VIN = 75V
VIN = 48V
70
10
8
6
4
2
65
0
–40
0
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95 100
60
0.3
0.6
0.9
1.2
1.5
1.8
2.1
2.4
2.7
Ambient Temperature (˚C)
3
+3.3V Output Current (Amps)
3TART5PFROM6).
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D48 - Typical 5 VOUT Efficiency vs. Load
(+3.3V @ 250mA)
6).NOMINAL6 !6 !
§&||§&TANTALUMOUTPUTCAPACITORS
90
VIN = 36V
6).
6DIV66DIV6
Efficiency (%)
85
80
VIN = 60V
75
VIN = 75V
VIN = 48V
70
6/54
6/54
65
60
0.3
0.5
0.8
1.1
1.3
1.6
1.9
2.1
2.4
2.7
+5V Output Current (Amps)
MSECDIV
DSM-5/2.65-3.3/3-D48 - Efficiency vs. Line and Load
88
87
Efficiency (%)
86
85
84
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83
VOUT = [email protected][email protected]
82
VOUT = [email protected][email protected]
81
80
36
40.3
44.7
49
53.3
57.7
62
66.3
70.7
75
Input Voltage (Volts)
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DSM/DWR Models
Dual Output, 3.3V and 5V, 15Watt DC/DC Converters
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