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600W power module designed for 48V systems

Artesyn Embedded Technologies has a 600W quarter-brick isolated dc-dc converter which is capable of delivering up to 50A output current with a single fully regulated 12V output. The converter can deliver up to 50A output current and have no minimum load requirement. The ADQ600 series has an input…

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PCIM: Toshiba aims at BLDC sine-wave control

Toshiba has launched a high voltage driver for sine-wave control of brushless dc (BLDC) electric motors. Intended to work with a microcontroller, TPD4204F is rated to 600V and 2.5A and includes six power mosfets as well as driver IC, all in a 30pin surface-mount SOP30 package measuring…

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PCIM: Vicor slim-line PSU package takes double-sided cooling

Vicor has developed a slim-line power package for power supplies interfacing with ac or 380Vdc rails in data centres. Called VIA (Vicor integrated adapter), it will come in various lengths and is 36mm wide and 9mm thick – so it will fit along the inside of a 1U chassis, or…

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Infineon's intelligent power module

Infineon has  launched an Intelligent Power Module (IPM) called MIPAQ Pro which provides an all-in-one solution for scalable and compact inverter designs to be implemented in wind, solar and industrial drives applications…

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Stadium has 15W supply for medical

Stadium Power is offering a 15W output power module for medical applications, which is fully encapsulated with the option to PCB mount, or din rail chassis mount with screw terminals and 3 year warranty. The MFC15 series has a universal input range from 90-264Vac, an operating temperature range from…

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PCIM: Relay replacement silicon gets slew-rate control

Infineon has added slew-rate control to its Hitfet range of relay-replacing low-side switches. Aimed at automotive and industrial applications, and called Hitfet+, the devices also have enhanced diagnostics, digital status feedback and improved short-circuit robustness. “Depending on vehicle class, every car produced today has about 7…

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Powerstax makes custom PSUs more accessible

Powerstax has a configurable power supply that it claims does not have the lengthy lead times and NRE costs generally associated with a customised product. The Powerstax A3600 is capable of providing up to 3600W of power, with multiple, isolated and configurable 1.5 to 58VDC outputs from a universal…

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