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DC/AC inverters meet 48VDC power supply demands

DC/AC inverters meet 48VDC power supply demands
The PJN series of DC/AC inverters, launched by Powersolve, can provide between 1000 and 4500VA from a DC input between 40 to 60VDC, making them suitable for telecoms systems with a 48VDC power supply.
8th April 2014

Power capacitors feature higher energy density

Power capacitors feature higher energy density
Extending the company's range of EPCOS MKK power capacitors, TDK announce the MKK DCi-R series B25640 with resin impregnation. Based on the proven MKK DC series with gas impregnation and MKK DC-I with oil impregnation, the series includes capacitors that are rated at up to more than 10 000μF and designed for voltages of up to 4000 V DC.
8th April 2014

Press-pack 6.5V IGBT includes fully rated anti-parallel diode

Featuring asymmetrical blocking with a fully rated anti-parallel diode included within the package, the T0258HF65G press-pack IGBT has been launched by IXYS UK. The 6.5kV device has a DC collector current rating of 258A with a repetitive peak current rating of over 500A, further extending the power range of IGBT power switches.
8th April 2014


Regulators support POL supplies of 8A, 12A & 15A

Adding to the existing PowerBlox family of DC-DC converter products, Exar have introduced the XR76108, XR76112 and XR76115 synchronous step down regulators. Supporting POL supplies of 8A, 12A and 15A, respectively, the devices deliver core voltage rails for ASICs, FPGAs, DSPs and Network Processors in communications, networking and industrial markets.
8th April 2014

Drivers extend life of multi-cell Li-ion batteries

Drivers extend life of multi-cell Li-ion batteries
Intersil has claimed that the HIP2103 and HIP2104 are the industry’s first small form factor half-/full-bridge drivers that significantly extend power usage and overall product life of 5-50V multi-cell lithium ion (Li) battery devices. These bridge drivers have a configurable topology to facilitate half-bridge, full-bridge and three phase motor-driven applications.
8th April 2014

Power conversion solution for high-performance FPGAs

Simplifying the design of point-of-load power solutions, a power conversion solution has been announced by Altera. Comprising a monolithic 40A driver plus synchronous MOSFET powertrain, the solution is optimised to meet the core requirements of Altera's high-performance Stratix V, Arria 10, and Stratix 10 FPGAs and SoCs.
8th April 2014

DIN rail DC/DC converter for industrial environments

DIN rail DC/DC converter for industrial environments
Housed in a slim 76x31.5x25.8mm (2.99x1.24x1.02") DIN-Rail package, CUI has announced a family of compact DIN rail DC/DC converters. The family’s 47 modules, across three series - PYB10-DIN, PYB15-DIN and PYB20-DIN - have been designed for applications where the convenience of DIN rail mounting is required, such as industrial equipment, mobile equipment, and telecomms base stations.
7th April 2014

Universal PMIC saves costs in high volume production

Able to be programmed to meet the needs of nearly all systems, the XRP7720 quad-output, synchronous step-down, universal PMIC has been introduced by Exar. In development, an I2C interface allows Exar’s PowerArchitect design and configuration software to quickly optimise the power system performance.
7th April 2014

AC/DC power series available in 4 power levels

AC/DC power series available in 4 power levels
Available in four power levels between 100W and 600W, the RWS-B series of enclosed AC/DC single output power supplies has been launched by TDK-Lambda. The devices operate from a universal input of 85 - 265Vac (47 - 63Hz) to meet a wide range of applications, including industrial, test & measurement, broadcast, communications and LED signage.
4th April 2014

PMIC monitors current on 4 outputs every millisecond

The XRP7725, a quad-output, synchronous step-down, programmable PMIC, has been lauched by Exar. Compatible with the Intel Node Manager energy monitoring, the monitoring is improved over what can be accomplished through a limited I2C interface by sampling and accumulating the current on each of the 4 outputs every millisecond.
4th April 2014


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