Product picture Voltage References

Voltage References

Voltage References

For Optimally Regulated Voltage

The voltage references for 5 V or 12 V supply sensors and devices have a regulated voltage that is lower than the supply voltage. With a supply voltage of 9 to 30 V DC (for the 5 V version) and 15 to 30 V DC (for the 12 V version), those reference modules provide an output current up to 500 mA.

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Application Examples

  • Voltage reference for comparators
  • Power supply for sensors or IC
  • USB (5 V DC) power supply

Data and Facts About the Voltage References

General Information

Connector 9 Pins DIN

Operating temperature

-40 °C to 80 °C

Operating voltage Vsupply

9 to 30 V DC

Reference voltage output VRef 5 or 12 V DC

Output current

max 500 mA

Current consumption

< 5 mA

Ingress protection

IP 53

Dimensions

30 x 30 x 30 mm

Weight

~20 g

Connector Voltage Reference

Pin

Pin description

Function

30

Input

Voltage reference input

31

GND

Ground

87 Output Voltage reference output

Order Information

Description

Order number WE ICS

ICCS 5 V Reference voltage Modul

ICS-100518

ICCS 12 V Reference voltage Modul

ICS-100519

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