Green Watt Power Introduces A 200W DC-DC For EVs That Include Low Voltage Low-Cost Motorbikes

Written by Stephen Vicinanza

Green Watt Power announced the new EVD200 Series of fully encapsulated, ruggedized DC/DC converters for Electric Vehicle applications. The new EVD200 series has a very wide 40Vdc to 90Vdc input range with an output voltage of 13.8Vdc across the board. The aim is to power low voltage equipment such as lights, instruments, and accessories, or to act as a distribution voltage for subsystems.

The series is protected by several important systems

  • Overvoltage protection
  • Short Circuit Protection
  • Input Reverse Polarity Protection
  • Over Temperature Protection.

Efficiencies are running as high as 89.5% and the units feature a metal baseplate for heat transfer to a metal mounting surface. The IP65-rated product provides protection against water intrusion and is a cost-effective solution for low power requirements and remote ON/OFF and ROHS compliant.

Output Ripple and Noise is 500mV typical peak to peak. The working temperature range of the EVD200 is -20°C to +60°C and the unit weighs a scant 450g.

The focus of the EVD200 is on solid and safe power conversions on electric bikes, electric motorcycles, and other applications in the DC/DC conversion space.

For more in-depth information the datasheet for the EVD200 series DC/DC converters is available on the Green Watt Power website.

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