Sevcon DC/DC Isolated Converter / Voltage Reducer 72 to 12V, 300 Watt - 622/11086 (622/11082) (4-Pin) for Ford Think

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Sevcon DC/DC Isolated Converter / Voltage Reducer 72 to 12V - 622/11086 (11082) Four Pin For Ford Think

Part Number: 622/11086 (4-Pin model)

This is the replacement for the 622/11082 model used on the Ford Think cars.

The 4-pin connector is an added option (not included).

Dimensions Standard:
7.5(L w/ base) x 2.98(W) x 1.70(H) inches-
5.6(L) x 2.87(W) x 1.69(H) inches
190(L) x 75.8(W) x 43.3(H) mm

Input Voltage nominal:
72/80V (57.6V min. @ 100V Max.)

Output Current:
The converter will deliver a load current of:
12 Volts @ 300 Watts, 24 Amps
Light load 13.5 Volts

Can be used to charge a battery

Operating Temperature: -25C to +55C

The Sevcon DC/DC Converters are suitable for all electric powered vehicles and are designed to be fitted on-board the vehicle and connected permanently to the battery.

These converters deliver a stable isolated high power, low voltage DC supply for such accessories as lights, horns, and wipers. This eliminates inefficient battery taps and fragile, expensive high voltage accessories.

Additional Features & Benefits

Custom, Compact Design
Custom designed for use with motor controllers, these compact, yet powerful converters can be connected in parallel for higher power requirements to perform reliably in industrial and commercial environments.

Isolated Output
Safer than direct battery connection, these converters provide an electrically isolated output for ancillary equipment.

Stable Voltage
Output is regulated to 13.5V and is maintained regardless of input voltage variations throughout the operating range.

Durable Reliability
Encapsulated to achieve a protection rating to IP67, these converters can be used with complete confidence in the most punishing environments.

PDF For Sevcon Data Sheets, see our FAQ and Documents.

1 Review

  • 5
    Works just like it’s suppose to

    Posted by Phil on 28th Jul 2021

    Don’t know why these are so expensive (not EVDrive’s fault) but it works fine.