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Bus converter suits datacomms and server & storage systems
Ericsson Power Modules has announced the BMR458, a 3rd gen 3E quarter-brick advanced bus converter that delivers industry-leading performance to system architects developing equipment for ICT applications, including datacomms and server and storage systems.
PIM simplifies low-EMI design in ATCA applications
Expanding its 3E PIM (Power Interface Module) family that are compliant with the industry-standard quarter-brick footprint, Ericsson Power Modules has announced the PIM4610PD. This module has been optimised to simplify design in blade server applications based on ATCA and PICMG 3.7 systems and is also highly suited to server and storage systems in any industrial, telecomms and datacomms application that employs either distributed power or interme...
DC/DC converter offers excellent thermal management
Ericsson has launched a low-profile, 12V-output, digital DC/DC converter module that offers up to 25A current handling and 300W of power to deliver tightly regulated voltages to POL DC/DC regulators. Compatible with the DOSA (Distributed-power Open Standards Alliance) 5-pin eighth-brick footprint standard and offering an input range from 36V to 75V, the PKB4313D suits intermediate bus conversion in ICT applications.
60A digital point-of-load DC/DC converter delivers power density
Ericsson has announced the launch of a 60A 3E* digital point-of-load (POL) DC/DC power module, the BMR466, designed to power MPUs, FPGAs, ASICs and other digital ICs on complex boards. Up to eight of the fully regulated 60A (maximum) POL converters can be connected in parallel to deliver up to 480A in multi-module and multi-phase systems.
Connected bus stop incorporates 3G small cell technology
At UITP World Congress and Exhibition, the world's biggest public transport event, Ericsson demonstrated a connected bus stop concept that incorporates 3G, LTE or WiFi small cell technology. The connected bus stop's small cell infrastructure will provide public transport operators with an additional source of revenue, as it can be leased to telecomms mobile operators as a means of densifying their networks.
On the road to software defined power architecture
Software defined power architecture is increasingly being seen as the future for advanced board power management to bring energy efficiency and power-optimised capabilities in datacomms and networking applications by 2020, says Patrick Le Fèvre, Ericsson Power Modules.
DC/DC converter suits data-intensive applications
Ericsson has introduced a DC/DC converter module based on the company’s innovative power topology known as Hybrid Regulated Ratio (HRR) technology. The latest member of the PKM-NH series, the PKM4817LNH has been optimised for parallel operation to power 2200W boards in extremely data-intensive applications in the datacomms industry.
Meet increasingly high current & power demands in networking
The world is becoming increasingly more dependent upon ICT. The development of ever faster broadband, high-speed internet services and applications based on cloud computing architectures has meant increased demand for higher-performance networking, data processing and data storage capabilities. By Patrick Le Fèvre, Marketing and Communication Director, Ericsson Power Modules.
POL converter meets requirements of high demand equipment
Offering compensation-free performance, a two-phase 90A 3E digital POL DC/DC converter has been released by Ericsson. The BMR465 easily connects modules in parallel to provide up to 360A to advanced network-processors that require high performance in power delivery and high levels of software control to improve flexibility.
DC/DC converter module supplies RF power amplifiers
Designed to supply the voltage to power transistors that are used in integrated Radio-Frequency Power Amplifier (RFPA) applications, Ericsson has launched a 200W DC/DC converter module in an eighth-brick format. The PKB4216C series module offers flexibility with its adjustable output voltage of 15-33V, which makes it possible to power a wide range of power transistors.
Efficient power modules feature wide input voltage range
Ericsson has introduced the PKB5000W series of open-frame isolated 120W eighth-brick DC/DC power modules that offer high current output and high efficiency. Importantly, the PKB5000W module features an ultra-wide input range of 18 to 75VDC, which means that the device is also suitable for 24 or 48V telecomms.
Intermediate bus converter targets ATCA applications
Targeting ATCA (Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture) applications, the PKM4613ANH 580W high-power DC/DC Intermediate Bus Converter (IBC) module has been introduced by Ericsson. The Hybrid Regulated Ratio (HRR) topology based device delivers a regulated output voltage that not only complies with standardised system voltages for telecomms applications, but also ATCA input voltage requirements, including a stable voltage supply f...
Converters operate over 9-36 & 18-75V ranges
Designed for industrial and railway transportation applications, the robust PKE3000PI and PKE5000PI DC/DC converters have been introduced by Ericsson. The converters are particularly suitable for use in distributed power architectures and industrial control systems which typically have a 12, 24 or 48V power supply line.
POL regulator features Dynamic Loop Compensation
The Ericsson 3E series BMR464-50A is a third-generation digital point-of-load (POL) regulator that features Dynamic Loop Compensation (DLC) and also extends output current up by 25% to 50A from the 40A offered by the BMR464-40A, yet it comes in a fully compatible footprint. Embedding the latest Dynamic Loop Compensation technology, the BMR464-50A runs the DLC algorithm as default following the enabling of the output.
Ericsson Power Modules strikes gold at Electrons d’Or 2014
Ericsson has won the Best Power and Energy Conversion Product category of the Electrons d’Or 2014. The prize was awarded for Ericsson’s BMR463-25A, the company’s third-generation 25A digital point-of-load (POL) regulator that features Dynamic Loop Compensation (DLC).
Module delivers 600W over the 42V to 75V range
The PKM4613NH is the third version of Ericsson's quarter-brick power module based on the company’s Hybrid Regulated Ratio (HRR) topology. Designed to power applications that require stable voltage, the device offers available power up to 600W across a wide input voltage range of 36V to 75V and an operating temperature range of –30°C to +90°C.
50W DC/DC converter targets Power-over-Ethernet applications
Suitable for Power-over-Ethernet (PoE), as well as 24 or 48V telecomms systems applications, Ericsson has introduced a 50W DC/DC converter module. The PKU5510E features an ultra-wide input range of 18-75V, an output current of 15A at 3.3V output and a built-in functional isolation of 2250V DC that meets the requirements specified by the IEEE802.3 Ethernet networking standard.
DC/DC regulators offer choice with 100% compatible footprint
Ericsson has introduced two new 3E DC-DC regulators to its family of BMR461 12 x 12 x 8mm digital POL modules. The two new variants in the BMR461 family offer current outputs of 6A (BMR4612001) and 18A (BMR4614001) and join the existing 12A version (BMR4613001) launched toward the end of last year.
DC/DC converter offers 10-33V output for RFPA applications
Designed to power radio-frequency power amplifier (RFPA) applications, Ericsson Power Modules has introduced the PKU4116C DC/DC converter. Offering an ultra-wide adjustable output voltage of 10-33V (meeting the specifications as defined by the Antenna Interface Standards Group (AISG)), the converter delivers power up to 100W and an output current of 3.3A.
La 3ème génération de régulateurs POL numériques 25 A d’Ericsson embarque la compensation dynamique de boucle
Le régulateur de point de charge (POL) de 3ème génération 3E* BMR463-25A d’Ericsson dispose de la compensation dynamique de boucle (DLC, pour dynamic loop compensation) et délivre un courant de sortie augmenté de 25% par rapport au BMR463-20A de 2nde génération, avec une empreinte totalement compatible. Son jeu de commandes PMBus permet aux architectes système de surveiller et c...