Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:
We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "POL convertors", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.
Start with the news release DC/DC convertors provide power density boost from FDK Corp, which we summarised at the time by saying "Senpai's new DC/DC convertors suit applications that require high efficiency, tight regulation and high reliability in elevated temperature environments". Earlier in the week, we featured the news release DC/DC convertors survive with minimal cooling from FDK Corp: "The FPMR05SR75 10A Senpai DC/DC convertors provide tightly-regulated programmable output voltages in the range of 0.75 to 3.63V DC".
In July 2007, we covered the news from International Rectifier concerning its IR3622MPbF and IR3622AMPbF - take a look at Controllers ease POL convertor design which says: "Dual-channel synchronous buck control ICs integrate high performance drivers for medium- to high-current point-of-load buck convertors".
Take a look also at the news release from Emerson Network Power - Embedded Power, MPU-controlled IBCs raise power efficiency, as well as LDOs support Z-One digital power architecture from Micrel, and Lambda exhibits innovations in power from Lambda.
Factorised architecture promises power efficiency (November 2006)
Vicor has released a full family of VI Chip components, enabling complete power systems using factorised power architecture (FPA)
PoL convertors have flexible outputs (November 2006)
Just 4.5mm high, the latest CE-10xx range of low-profile surface mount, nonisolated point of load DC/DC convertors designed and manufactured by TDK are now available from Lambda
European deal aims for design-in partnership (November 2006)
Power-One has signed a European distribution agreement with UR Holding
Isolated front end saves distributed power costs (October 2006)
Fixed 5:1 conversion ratio isolated DC/DC convertor is designed for powering multiple downstream nonisolated point-of-load convertors in intermediate bus architecture applications
Show provides debut for expanded range of supplies (September 2006)
At Electronica 2006, Lambda is showcasing an extensive family of new products, ranging from tiny board-mounting DC/DC convertors to multi-kilowatt power supplies