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VOLUME -23 NUMBER 12
Publication Date: 12/1/2008
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Bel Intros Micro SIP DC/DC Converters
Westborough, MA, — The Bel Power division of Bel Fuse Inc. has introduced its Micro SIP Series of non-isolated DC/DC converters, specifically engineered to minimize costs in space-critical applications. The open-frame Series joins the company's extensive portfolio of isolated and non-isolated DC/DC converters for high-speed networking, telecommunications, and computing applications.
Micro Sip modules operate over a wide input range of 4.5 to 13.8V and an ultra-wide output voltage trim range of from 0.59 to 5.1VDC to minimize the quantity of part numbers required in inventory. In addition, the fixed switching frequency devices have state-of-the-art technology, and yield high efficiencies up to 91 percent. The Micro SIP Series includes 3-, 6-, and 10A active-high enable, and true active-high enable, converter modules.
The RoHS-compliant devices are intended for use in a wide range of distributed power architectures and POL applications in which components with an especially small footprint and limited height are required. They are commonly employed in telecommunications and networking equipment, as well as in servers, storage, and datacom applications.
The converters have control and protection features that include differential remote on/off, under-voltage lockout, and over current/short circuit protection. Devices switch at a fixed frequency of 500kHz. Produced in a 5-pin SIP configuration, 3A and 10A modules measure 0.65 x 0.41 x 0.32-in., while 6A modules measure 0.65 x 0.41 x 0.295-in.
Contact: Bel Power Inc., 155 Flanders Rd., Westborough MA, 01581
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