DC/DC convertors provide power density
Senpai's new DC/DC convertors suit applications that require high efficiency, tight regulation and high reliability in elevated temperature environments.
FDK has added two high-performance DC/DC convertors to its Senpai series of nonisolated point-of-load (POL) convertors The FPMR12TR7510 convertor operates from a 6.0 - 14.0V DC input bus and delivers up to 10A in the smallest industry-standard footprint, providing up to 67% higher output current than other available POL convertors in the same input voltage range
The FPLR05SR7525 convertor operates from a 3.0 - 5.5V DC input bus and delivers up to 25A in the next smallest industry-standard footprint, providing up to 25% higher output current than other available POL convertors in the same size and input voltage range.
The FPMR12TR7510 convertor is offered in a 22.9 x 10.2 x 4.95mm industry-standard SIP package and provides a tightly-regulated programmable output voltage in the range of 0.75 - 5.5V DC.
The FPLR05SR7525 convertor comes in a 33 x13.4 x 8.3mm SMD package with industry-standard footprint and pin-out and provides a tightly-regulated programmable output voltage in the range of 0.75 - 3.63V DC.
Both models feature remote on/off, over-current and over-temperature protection and output voltage adjust and are compatible with standard trim equations.
These Senpai series DC/DC convertors are designed for intermediate bus architecture (IBA) and distributed power architecture (DPA) applications that require high efficiency, tight regulation and high reliability in elevated temperature environments.
The FPMR12TR7510 and FPLR05SR7525 convertors deliver full-rated output current with no derating in ambient temperatures of up to 60 and 70C, respectively, with 2m/s airflow.
This thermal performance results from electrical, thermal and packaging design that is optimised for high-density circuit card conditions. Request a free brochure from FDK Corp ...
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