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51W USB charger features six 5V outputs

51W USB charger features six 5V outputs
A 51W USB charger, designed specifically for any device that can be charged from a standard USB output, has been introduced by Powersolve. The six output USB charger is targeted at devices such as tablets, smart phones, cameras, MP3 players and power banks.
29th April 2014

Power analogue controllers feature integrated MCU

Power analogue controllers feature integrated MCU
Expanding the company's digitally enhanced power analogue controller portfolio, Microchip Technology has announced the MCP19114 and MCP19115. These devices introduce a step-up PWM-controller and low-side MOSFET driver architecture, with a mid-voltage LDO and fully-functional microcontroller all integrated into a small, high-density power package.
28th April 2014

DC/DC converters boast 110V input in a brick case

DC/DC converters boast 110V input in a brick case
DC/DC converters in a brick case with an input of 110 V (66…160 V) are now available from MTM Power. The PMD100 110WQB in a quarter brick case (57,9 x 36,8 x 12,7 mm) has an output power of 100W and PMD150 110WHB in a half brick case (57,9 x 61,0 x 12,7 mm) supplies 150 W. The output voltages are 5 V, 12 V or 24 V.
25th April 2014


17V input capable synchronous buck regulator

17V input capable synchronous buck regulator
Delivering up to 2A of continuous output current to outputs as low as 0.6V, the LTC3624 has been introduced by Linear Technology. The high efficiency, 17V input capable synchronous buck regulator features a constant frequency, current-mode architecture which minimises switching noise while offering very fast line and load transient response.
25th April 2014

Buck DC/DC converter for demanding industrial applications

Buck DC/DC converter for demanding industrial applications
Torex Semiconductor has announced the XC9270/71 series step-down (buck) DC/DC converter with integrated 0.3Ω N-channel driver transistor that utilises a bootstrap configuration. Featuring an operating input voltage range of 7.0-30V, the devices withstand surge voltages of 46V for up to 400ms for more demanding Industrial applications.
24th April 2014

1200W power supply for demanding medical electronics

1200W power supply for demanding medical electronics
  Suitable for demanding applications in medical electronics, HiTek Power has announced the ME1200 power supply. This 1200W power supply has very compact external dimensions and can be optionally delivered with a digital control system (I2C, RS232C or RS485).
24th April 2014

2W DC/DC converters offer power density of 0.81W/cm3

2W DC/DC converters offer power density of 0.81W/cm3
High isolation dual output DC/DC converters, the MGJ2 series from Murata Power Solutions is suitable for powering “high side” and “low side” gate drives in bridge circuits using insulated-gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) and MOSFETs. Packaged in an industry-standard SIP format, they occupy a 1.96cm2 footprint and achieve a power density of 0.81W/cm3.
24th April 2014

AC/DC power modules boast 4% efficiency improvement

AC/DC power modules boast 4% efficiency improvement
Representing a significant upgrade to the popular PFE-S series launched 5 years ago, the PFE-SA series of AC/DC full-brick power modules has been launched by TDK-Lambda. The power modules are particularly well-suited for outdoor applications, as well as equipment requiring water-cooling, hermetic sealing, fanless operation and compact design.
23rd April 2014

Converter optimises TV & monitor transient response

Converter optimises TV & monitor transient response
Designed to optimise transient response in low-voltage TV and monitor applications, the AP65550 synchronous buck converter has been launched by Diodes Inc.  Based on an adaptive constant on-time control algorithm, the 5A-rated AP65550 quickly reacts to rapid changes in load conditions, guaranteeing a minimal drop in output voltage.
23rd April 2014

AC current sensors for energy management systems

AC current sensors for energy management systems
Suitable for power distribution panels in a variety of energy management systems, the CCT series of clamp AC current sensors have been announced by TDK. Offered in two variants, rated for up to 30 and 100A, respectively, the current sensors can be quickly and easily installed in existing power distribution panels thanks to their snap-on clamp design.
23rd April 2014


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