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Vicor's VIPAC arrays

A flexible system of dc input power building blocks from Vicor can be configured with up to four user definable outputs on a low profile, cold plate chassis.

Known as VIPAC arrays, the devices are available with inputs of 24, 48, 300 or 375V dc and with outputs ranging from 2 to 48V dc. Power levels are up to 600W per output and up to 750W per array.

According to the company, VIPAC arrays are suited to use in distributed and modular power systems where power density and reliable operation are critical. A current share option on single output models enables them to be used where either redundant operation or kilowatts of power are needed.

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Graham Pitcher

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