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[SOLVED] Galvanic isolation doubt

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Hi

Is DC-DC converters mention as isolated uses Galvanic Isolation?

In the datasheets of isolated DC-DC converters mention isolation voltages.

How are they isolated? Galvanic?

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"Galvanic isolation" is kind of a generic term. It could mean optical; it could mean through a transformer.
 

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It could also mean through capacitors, depending on the power involved.

'Galvanic isolation' is when the input and the output is floating related to each other.
 

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Thanks for the interest.

Please confirm that this one from murata NCS1S2403SC is galvanically isolated..

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It's an industry standard isolated DC/DC converter. 1W SIL form factor.

All converters specified with an isolation voltage are "galvanically isolated", means have infinite resistance between primary and secondary.
 

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Thanks @FvM

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