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Within the world of electronics developments in Power can be crucial to design engineers. At New Electronics we are aware of the importance of staying abreast of the recent advances in and the impact it can have on your role, that’s why we have collated all the latest news in one place.

M12 Power L-coded offers more power

The M12 Power has been launched in the UK by HARTING. The connector is said to offer sufficient power carrying capabilities and a smaller design footprint, allowing users to save on both space and number of interfaces.

120W DC/DC converters for harsh environments

12V, 24V and 28V output HQA DC/DC converters have been announced by TDK. Packaged in a ruggedised quarter brick form factor, the encapsulated HQA120 models can deliver 120W output power and its input ranges from 9 to 40V. These 89% efficient converters are suitable for use in COTS, communications and industrial equipment.

Switching regulator series extended

The K78 1A series of non-isolated switching regulators from Mornsun is now available from PowerPax. This range complements the 500mA series and is suited to many applications, including industrial control systems, instrumentation, digital systems, electricity monitoring and control and battery powered systems.

Reinforced isolated amplifier

A reinforced isolated amplifier has been introduced by Texas Instruments (TI). According to the company, the AMC1301 has the highest reliability, lowest power consumption, highest DC accuracy and improved overall efficiency compared to competitive devices.

Wide range non-isolated DC/DC converter series extended

TDK has introduced two models to the TDK-Lambda i6A series of step-down, non-isolated DC/DC converters. The i6A4W is claimed to be capable of supplying currents of up to 20A, and the i6AN allows the creation of negative voltages delivering currents up to 8A. Applications include medical, communications, industrial, test & measurement, broadcast and portable equipment.

High-performance GaN-on-SiC power amplifier

Qorvo’s TGA2976-SM gallium nitride (GaN) power amplifier, is now available through Mouser. Developed using Qorvo’s production 0.25µm GaN on silicon carbide (SiC) process, the TGA2976-SM is said to provide excellent wideband performance, power, power added efficiency (PAE), and gain.

Module suits distributed power applications

Ericsson Power Modules has added the PIM4610PD to its 3E Power Interface Module (PIM) family. The quarter brick format module, optimised to simplify design in blade server applications based on ATCA and PICMG 3.7 systems, is suited to industrial, telecom and data communications applications that use distributed power or intermediate bus voltage architectures.

Step down regulator takes up to 40V input

A µModule power module from Linear Technology is a step down regulator which can accept an input of up to 40V. According to the company, the LTM8053 can operate safely from unregulated or fluctuating 12V to 36V input supplies in noisy environments, including industrial robotics, factory automation and avionics systems.

2W DC/DC converters accept 12 or 24V DC

The MTC2 series of 2W single output, regulated and isolated DC/DC converters from Murata Power Solutions is available with either a 12 or 24V DC 2:1 input voltage range and output voltages of 3.3, 5, or 12V DC. Surface mountable, MTC2 devices have an input to output isolation of 3kV AC.

New fanless power supply from Excelsys

Excelsys Technologies has unveiled, what it describes as, a ‘revolutionary’ convection cooled modular power supply platform. The CoolX600 Series has been designed to deliver 600W without fan assisted cooling from a compact 8.5 x 4.5 x 1U package

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