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Controllers power next-gen enterprise networking equipment

ZMDI has released the ZSPM1505 and ZSPM1506 single–phase true–digital power controllers, which are optimised for powering auxiliary power rails for FPGAs in enterprise networking and storage applications. These devices expand the company’s energy-efficient Power Management ICs product line for enterprise networking and storage applications.
13th February 2015

Digital power controller minimises output voltage deviation

The ZSPM1504, a single-phase true-digital power controller optimised for powering SoC supplies in embedded computing applications, has been released by ZMDI. The ZSPM15xx family features ZMDI’s Sub-Cycle Response technique to drive the digital pulse width modulation asynchronously during load transients. This enables the controller to minimise the output voltage deviation and allow the output capacitors to recharge faster. It permits the SoC to perform at peak performance, even under a highly dynamic power load.
12th February 2015

Pre-driver ICs reduce vibration & noise

Pre-driver ICs reduce vibration & noise
Designed for use in high-current cooling fan applications such as PC servers and home appliances, the TC78B006 series of single-phase BLDC motor pre-driver ICs has been introduced by Toshiba Electronics Europe. By utilising a digital-control-type sine wave drive, the devices reduce vibration and noise. 
12th February 2015


DC/DC converters offer improved efficiency & isolation

DC/DC converters offer improved efficiency & isolation
XP Power has announced six high performance isolated DC/DC converters in industry standard SMD packages. Offered in single and dual output versions the compact next-gen devices are available in power ranges from 0.25 to 3W. According to XP, they provide higher efficiency, increased isolation and an extended operating temperature range compared with existing competitive models in the market.
12th February 2015

Subminiature fuses fit space-constrained applications

Subminiature fuses fit space-constrained applications
Rutronik has added the compact 470 and 476 Series of NANO2 subminiature fuses from Littelfuse to its portfolio. Both series provide surge tolerance and circuit protection against overload conditions for downstream components. The new fuses feature highly compact surface mountable packages for high design flexibility in space-constrained applications.
11th February 2015

AC-DC module designed for medical applications

AC-DC module designed for medical applications
A compact high power density AC-DC module approved for power delivery to medical devices is on sale at Luso Electronics. Delivering 1200W of power and achieving up to 93% peak efficiency, the ML1200 from Qualstar has active Power Factor Correction (PFC) and forced current sharing for parallel operation.
11th February 2015

DC/DC converters feature a reinforced insulation system

DC/DC converters feature a reinforced insulation system
  Designed for industrial and medical instrumentation applications which require a certified supplementary or reinforced insulation system to comply with safety standards, the AEE10W-M series of 10W DC/DC converters has been released by Artesyn Embedded Technologies.
11th February 2015

CMOS LDOs meet battery operated device requirements

CMOS LDOs meet battery operated device requirements
Suited for use in smartphones, tablet PCs and other portable, battery operated devices that require low power consumption, high performance and minimum PCB space, the TCR3DM family of ultra-miniature CMOS LDOs has been introduced by Toshiba Electronics Europe. The regulators offer an output voltage range of 1.0-4.5V with the possibility to specify the fixed output voltage in steps of 50mV.
11th February 2015

Through-hole inductors suit DC/DC converters

Through-hole inductors suit DC/DC converters
Vishay’s range of IHTH high-current, high-temperature, through-hole inductors including the AEC-Q200-qualified IHTH-0750IZ-5A and IHTH-1125KZ-5A are on sale at Farnell element14. These feature an operating temperature range from -55 °C to +155 °C, high rated currents up to 125 A, and a wide range of inductance values from 0.47 µH to 100 µH. They are available in 0750 and 1125 sizes.
10th February 2015

PMIC powers high current cores through DrMOS technology

A universal PMIC, which drives up to four independently controlled external DrMOS power stages at currents greater than 40A, has been released by Exar. Suitable for the latest 64-bit ARM processors, FPGAs, DSPs and ASICS, the XR77128 features the company’s programmable power technology, which allows for a low component count, rapid development, easy system integration, dynamic control and telemetry. To meet a wide range of output current requirements, each output can be independently configured to directly drive external MOSFETs or DrMOS power stages. 
10th February 2015


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