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Power supply can be customised rapidly without NRE costs

Power supply can be customised rapidly without NRE costs
A power supply, which can be built to meet a customer’s exact requirements without the lengthy lead times and NRE costs generally associated with a customised solution, has been released by Powerstax. Key market sectors for the A3600 include communications, test and measurement, medical systems and general industrial applications.
12th March 2015

Comparators feature fast rise & fall times of 1.2ns

Comparators feature fast rise & fall times of 1.2ns
Featuring fast rise and fall times of 1.2ns and a toggle frequency of 280MHz, the LTC6752 family of comparators has been introduced by Linear Technology. Designed for driving logic levels from 3.3V down to 1.8V, the devices exhibit only 2.9ns of propagation delay and overdrive dispersion of only 1.8ns. 
12th March 2015

MOSFETs cover 60mΩ to 4.3Ω RDS(ON) range

Fairchild has introduced its 800V SuperFET II MOSFET family, featuring broad package offerings and the industry’s lowest RDS(ON) and COSS. The family enables designers to improve the efficiency, cost-effectiveness and reliability of high performance solutions requiring a breakdown voltage higher than 650V, and also reduces PCB space for these designs by enabling the elimination of components.
12th March 2015


Li-ion batteries dominante grid storage

Li-ion batteries have become the dominant technology in grid storage, capturing a 90% share of systems proposed last year. Molten salt batteries still account for a majority of installations by energy capacity, because of NGK Insulators’ early lead. However, according to Lux Research, these batteries are no longer the technology of choice.
12th March 2015

Next-gen power systems showcased at APEC 2015

Next-gen power systems showcased at APEC 2015
ON Semiconductor will showcase some of its latest advances in power management technology at APEC 2015, including an LLC current-mode power supply for computers and LED TVs, developments in GaN, and a sensor-less motor driver controller. Additionally, ON Semiconductor technical experts will give Professional Education Seminars at APEC as part of the conference agenda.
12th March 2015

DC/DC converters support LSI requirements of FPGAs & ASICs

 A series of step down DC/DC converters, which support the latest LSI requirements for FPGAs and ASICs, has been released by Bellnix. The BSV converters feature a small footprint and a high power density, alongside a high speed load response. 
12th March 2015

Step-down DC/DC converter offers high power density

Step-down DC/DC converter offers high power density
Altera is adding a 30A PowerSoC DC/DC step-down converter to its growing portfolio of Enpirion power solutions for FPGAs. The 30A EM1130 is the first in a family of integrated digital DC-DC step-down converters that will provide power management for Altera’s Generation 10 FPGAs, specifically for Arria 10 and Stratix 10 FPGA core and transceiver power supply rails.
11th March 2015

Digital power range showcased at APEC

Powervation has announced that it will showcase its Intelligent Digital Power solutions for high-performance computing, communications infrastructure and advanced digital power modules, at this year’s Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) and Exposition scheduled in Charlotte, North Carolina.
11th March 2015

Synchronous buck-boost DC/DC converter enables multi-inputs

Synchronous buck-boost DC/DC converter enables multi-inputs
A dual input, wide voltage range synchronous buck-boost DC/DC converter, with an integrated low loss PowerPath control, has been released by Linear Technology. Featuring a unique power switch architecture, the LTC3118 provides high efficiency operation from either input source to a programmable output voltage above, below or equal to the inputs. 
11th March 2015

Eighth brick DC/DC converters feature an efficiency of 95.5%

Eighth brick DC/DC converters feature an efficiency of 95.5%
Utilising digital non-linear adaptive control, the iEH series of 300W eighth brick DC/DC converters has been released by TDK. Featuring a reduced component count, the devices offer improved dynamic response, better system stability and increased reliability, making them suitable for demanding communications, test and broadcast applications.
11th March 2015


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