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Broadband power demands energy efficiency

Billions of people worldwide access television, phone and the Internet via a broadband-enabled system, which uses electricity to send and receive transmissions. As the demand for communication access and the sophistication of the networks grows, so doesgrows the demand for power.
18th July 2015

MIL COTS transportation requirements

MIL COTS transportation requirements
  With more and more industries demanding more stringent transportation requirements, the MIL Cots standard is the dominant emerging requirement, advises Shane Callanan, Excelsys Technologies.
18th July 2015

PMIC selected for SSD use

STMicroelectronics has announced its 5-channel PMIC (L7292) has been selected by Kingston Technology Company for its enthusiast-class HyperX Savage SSD. Compared with designs using low drop-out regulators (LDO) or other multi-channel PMICs, ST’s L7292 offers the highest level of integration, flexibility and programmability, and enables higher efficiency with compact and simplified PCB design.
17th July 2015


Super junction MOSFETs delivered in low profile package

Super junction MOSFETs delivered in low profile package
The first in a new range of Super Junction (SJ) MOSFETs from Magnachip is available at distributor Ineltek UK. The MMUB60R199PC is ideally suited to high efficiency power switching requirements due to the intrinsically low RDS(ON) characteristics of the SJ technology and the high switching frequencies enabled by its low gate charge.
16th July 2015

Slim relays target safety applications

Slim relays target safety applications
New and updated products from industrial automation specialists Phoenix Contact have been added to the Conrad Business Supplies’ portfolio of power supply and management products. The new products include the TC Mobile I/O X300 and an Open Data Port (ODP) remote control station.
16th July 2015

SEPIC/boost DC/DC converter suits always-on applications

SEPIC/boost DC/DC converter suits always-on applications
Linear Technology Corporation has announced the LT8494, a current mode, fixed frequency SEPIC/boost DC/DC converter with an internal 2A, 70V switch. Ultralow quiescent current of only 7µA makes the device suitable for always-on automotive or other industrial battery powered systems. The LT8494 starts up from an input voltage range of 2.5V to 32V and once running it operates from inputs from 1 to 60V.
16th July 2015

60W push-pull DC/DC converters operate at 70kHz

60W push-pull DC/DC converters operate at 70kHz
MTM Power GmbH has announced its PCMDS60W series of DC/DC converters, specifically designed for applications in rail and vehicle technology, but also for use in industrial and telecomms applications. These primary switched DC/DC converters are available with an output power of 60W and operate according to the push-pull principle with a frequency of approximately 70kHz.
16th July 2015

60A non-isolated POL converters feature PMBus

60A non-isolated POL converters feature PMBus
TDK Corporation introduces the TDK-Lambda iJB series of 60A non-isolated SMT DC/DC converters for high current applications. These compact POL modules offer an high power density and operating efficiency from light to full load conditions; they are PMBus read- and write-compliant and digitally controlled, allowing for a great deal of flexibility and customisation.
16th July 2015

DIN Rail Power with PFC - reliable & inexpensive

DIN Rail Power with PFC - reliable & inexpensive
With its high-output NDR-240 (240W) and NDR-480 (480W) series, MeanWell has industrial control in its sights. These power supplies will find applications in areas such as control systems in industrial plants, automation facilities in factories, and in electromechanical devices. With their narrow construction (63mm and 85.5mm respectively), these reliable units are suitable for switching cabinet mounting on TS-35/7.5 and TS-35/15 DIN rails.
16th July 2015

PoL DC/DC converters offer efficiencies as high as 95%

PoL DC/DC converters offer efficiencies as high as 95%
Murata has announced three additions to its Okami OKR series of single output, non-isolated PoL DC/DC converters. Constructed in a space efficient SIP format, these compact devices use the latest synchronous buck technology to deliver outstanding thermal performance, high power density, and efficiencies as high as 95%.
16th July 2015


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