Product category: DC/DC Convertors
News Release from: C and D Technologies (NCL) | Subject: NGA DC/DC convertors
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 19 August 2002

Top efficiency for nonisolated convertor

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The first nonisolated DC/DC convertors from C and D Technologies (NCL) are compact and highly integrated devices that provide step-down switching functionality at efficiencies in excess of 94%

The first nonisolated DC/DC convertors from C and D Technologies (NCL) are compact and highly integrated devices that provide embedded application designers with step-down switching functionality at efficiencies in excess of 94%. Based on the industry standard footprint of a 7805 three-pin regulator, the new NGA nonisolated DC/DC convertors allow designers to save space and reduce power consumption in both new and existing embedded computing applications.

In addition, the ability to operate at between -40 and +85C without derating makes the devices ideal for embedded applications targeted at industrial and other challenging environments.

The new converters are available with output options of 1.8-3.3 and 5.0V DC, and can accommodate a wide input voltage range of between 4.75 and 28V (at full 2A output current).

Built-in functionality includes short-circuit protection and a pin for remote on/off operation.

Device dimensions are just 21 x 21 x 5mm.

Offering fast transient response levels, the NGA DC/DC convertors use a very high switching frequency of around 300kHz and feature a ceramic construction that ensures thermal stability.

In addition to the high efficiency operation, a low typical standby current of just 100uA helps to further minimise power consumption.

Available now, pricing for the NGA is around $10 in OEM quantities.

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