SMPL +/-15 VDC DC-DC Converter

Many of the components for working with analog signals in the SMPL system were designed to operate on +/- 12 VDC to +/- 15 VDC. It is a commonly available voltage in many systems and provides sufficient head room for amplifiers when outputting a +/- 10 VDC signal to interface with many laboratory and industrial DAQ systems.

If you are building a new system though, you may not already have a power supply. The SMPL DC-DC converter can provide up to 1 Amp of current at a nice, clean, and stable supply for all of your analog sensors. The converter runs on 9-36 VDC. We often run it at 12 VDC with one of our stable wall output plug packs.

 Supplying power is easy with the removeable terminal block. Power comes out via dual SMPL 4-pin power connectors.

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$329.99

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Many of the components for working with analog signals in the SMPL system were designed to operate on +/- 12 VDC to +/- 15 VDC. It is a commonly available voltage in many systems and provides sufficient head room for amplifiers when outputting a +/- 10 VDC signal to interface with many laboratory and industrial DAQ systems.

If you are building a new system though, you may not already have a power supply. The SMPL DC-DC converter can provide up to 1 Amp of current at a nice, clean, and stable supply for all of your analog sensors. The converter runs on 9-36 VDC. We often run it at 12 VDC with one of our stable wall output plug packs.

 Supplying power is easy with the removeable terminal block. Power comes out via dual SMPL 4-pin power connectors.

  • SMPL +/-15 VDC DC-DC Converter PCBA
  • 2 Position Removeable Terminal Block
  • Stable, clean bipolar DC output
  • Wide input voltage range
  • Up to 1 Amp of output current

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  • WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – Product contains small parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years.
  • WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.