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DC-DC Converters: The Powerhouse of Efficient Voltage Conversion
Explore our comprehensive range of DC-DC Converters, designed to provide efficient voltage conversion for a variety of applications. Whether you're looking for isolated or non-isolated types, we've got you covered.
Isolated vs Non-Isolated DC-DC Converters
Choose between Isolated DC-DC Converters for electrical separation between input and output, or Non-Isolated DC-DC Converters for a more straightforward conversion process.
Voltage-Specific DC-DC Converters
Our selection includes converters designed for specific voltage outputs. Whether you need a 12V, 24V, or 48V output, we have the perfect converter for your needs. The Victron converters feature an adjustable potentiometer on for the output voltage so you can regulate to your specific voltage requirement.
Step Up (Boost) or Step Down (Buck) Converters
Our selection includes converters designed for specific voltage outputs. Many voltage options to suit most applications with high power models available.
Victron DC-DC Converters: A Brand You Can Trust
Choose from our range of Victron DC-DC Converters, renowned for their superior performance and reliability.
About DC-DC Converters
DC to DC converters can increase or decrease the voltage from a battery supply. By installing a DC to DC converter you save space and weight by eliminating the need for additional batteries that would otherwise be required. Additionally, DC to DC converters regulate the output voltage delivering safe power to your electronic devices.
DC-DC converters, often called, DC DC transformers, DC DC regulators / DC DC voltage regulators, DC DC Switcher, these all are technically DC-DC converters.
There are two frequently used terms for types of DC-DC converters; non-isolated and isolated. The “isolation” refers to the existence of an electrical barrier (galvanic isolation) between the input and output of the DC-DC converter. With a non-isolated DC-DC converter there is a common ground connection between the two voltages.
Galvanic isolation is a design technique that separates electrical circuits to eliminate stray currents. Signals can pass between galvanically isolated circuits, but stray currents, such as differences in ground potential or currents induced by AC power, are blocked.
Not sure which converter is right for you? Check out our blog post to learn more about the differences between isolated and non-isolated DC-DC converters.