I would like to know if I can use a Murata NCS6D1215C DC/DC converter with a 12V battery to provide the necessary +15V and -15V for a power supply and amplifier that together require 200mA.
The last page, page 9, show the pin connections 14 and 16 as +Vout and -Vout; For this unit the data sheet says the outputs are +15V and -15V. So, does that mean that there is a potential difference of 30V between these two, pins 14 and 16? If so, what do I use as the "ground" or zero voltage reference to get the +15V and -15V outputs from these pins? Is it the negative terminal of the battery?
Does this IC require a current limiting resister to the inputs? If so, should I place it at the positive or negative battery terminal, and how big a resistor should I use?