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XP Power delivers two new series of fully isolated DC-DC converters

XP Power has launched two new series of fully isolated DC-DC converters. In an ultra-compact DIP-16 package, both offer a very high power density of up to 50W/in3 and with two ultra-wide input voltage ranges, they are suitable for application that require through-hole mount DC-DC converters compliant with global Information Technology Equipment (ITE) safety approvals IEC60950-1 and UL/cUL60950-1.

Ericsson introduces duo of isolated eighth-brick DC/DC converters

Ericsson has launched a pair of DC/DC converter modules in eighth-brick formats that are able to handle currents of up to 40A and that have been design to help reduce energy and cooling costs. Both are claimed by the company to be the most efficient 40A-class eighth-brick-format power modules currently available.

Reinforced isolator with integrated power

A single-chip reinforced isolator with integrated power from Texas Instruments is said to offer 80% higher efficiency than existing integrated devices. The isolator supports operation of industrial systems, including factory automation, grid infrastructure, motor control, isolated power supplies, and test and measurement equipment.

Three-phase BLDC controller and MOSFET driver IC

Allegro MicroSystems Europe has unveiled a three-phase brushless BLDC motor controller for use with N-channel external power MOSFETs. The AMT49413 incorporates much of the circuitry required to design a cost-effective, three-phase motor drive system with maximum supply voltages up to 50 V.

DMOS transistor arrays with data storage function

A new generation transistor array has been launched by Toshiba Electronics Europe for applications such as LED lighting and industrial, high voltage signal transmitters. The TBD62089APG incorporates 8bit, D-type flip flop circuits that support a data storage function.

MOSFETs for quasi resonant flyback topologies

The 700V CoolMOS P7 family has been developed by Infineon Technologies to serve the trend in quasi resonant flyback topologies. The MOSFETs are said to offer performance improvements compared to currently used superjunction technologies which could help improve soft switching topologies like smart phone and tablet chargers.

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