Components > Regulators

STMicroelectronics STLQ020 low-dropout voltage regulator

06 April, 2018

STMicroelectronics' STLQ020 low-dropout (LDO) voltage regulator relieves the familiar trade-offs between quiescent current, output power, dynamic response and package size, to give designers extra freedom.

Powering the Internet of Things

01 March, 2018 by Bianca Aichinger, Product Marketing Manager

The Internet of Things connects many different devices, which have to date been working independently of each other, into one big network.

Vicor PI3523-00-LGIZ (PI3523) Cool-Power ZVS buck regulator

22 September, 2017

The PI3523 is a 48 VIN, 3.3 VOUT nominal buck regulator capable of supplying up to 22 A. It requires only an output inductor and minimal passives for a design that consumes less than 740 mm2 of PCB space.

Vicor PI3526-00-LGIZ Cool-Power ZVS buck regulator

20 June, 2017

The PI3526-00-LGIZ is the latest addition to Vicor's Cool-Power ZVS buck regulator portfolio with a 48 V (30–60 Vin) input.

New generation DC-DC regulators enable advanced automotive electronics

19 May, 2017

The number and variety of automobile electronics and accessories is growing, fuelling the need for more advanced power components to support these electronics. These systems rely on multiple battery chemistries and can operate at different voltages.

Maxim MAX17222 nanoPower boost regulator

28 March, 2017

The Maxim MAX17222 nanoPower boost regulator enables long battery life in a small form factor for wearable and consumer IoT designs.

Vicor Corporation PI3740 Cool-Power ZVS buck-boost regulator

09 March, 2017

Vicor's PI3740 Cool-Power ZVS buck-boost regulator features an input operating voltage range of 8–60 VDC and a regulated output voltage range of 10–50 VDC.

Vicor PI3525-00-LGIZ Cool-Power ZVS buck regulator

07 March, 2017

The Vicor PI3525-00-LGIZ Cool-Power ZVS buck regulator has a 48 V (3060 Vin) input.

RECOM Boost R-78S switching regulator

01 March, 2017

RECOM's Boost R-78S switching regulators have been specially designed for single-cell powered IoT applications. Due to their wide input voltage range, high efficiency and low stand-by losses, they extend not only the working lifetime of the cell, but also maintain a stable 3.3 V output down to the last gasp of battery voltage.

STMicroelectronics LDLN025 low-dropout (LDO) voltage regulators

16 February, 2017

STMicroelectronics' LDLN025 low-dropout (LDO) voltage regulators deliver good noise performance in relation to output and footprint, generating less than 6.5 µVrms noise at 250 mA full load with an outline of just 0.63 x 0.63 mm.

Vicor Corporation PI3741-0x Cool-Power ZVS buck-boost regulators

21 September, 2016

Vicor Corporation has announced the addition of two buck-boost regulators to its Cool-Power ZVS Regulator portfolio.

STMicroelectronics LDBL20 low-dropout regulator

09 August, 2016

STMicroelectronics has introduced the LDBL20, a 200 mA low-dropout (LDO) regulator in a 0.47 x 0.47 x 0.2 mm chip-scale package that is suitable for wearable and portable devices and for flexible electronics such as multifunction connected smart cards.

RECOM R-78E series switching regulator modules

29 July, 2016

RECOM has expanded its R-78E switching regulator series with modules featuring 9, 12 and 15 V output voltages. The series is designed to offer all of the advantages of a standard switching regulator, including high efficiency, wide input range and accurate output voltage regulation.

STMicroelectronics L5963 automotive multiregulators

23 December, 2015

The L5963 integrates two switching regulators for step-down DC-DC conversion: a linear low-dropout regulator and a 500 mA integrated high-side driver. The product has been automotive-qualified (AEC Q100) for use in any car electronic systems.

Vicor Corporation Picor PI354x Cool-Power ZVS buck regulators

02 October, 2015

PI354x Cool-Power ZVS buck regulators utilise the integration of high-performance zero-voltage switching (ZVS) topology that enables 48 V direct to PoL without sacrificing performance, providing efficiency over 96%. With step-down regulation from a higher voltage source, engineers can deploy efficient power distribution architectures, reduce I2R losses and eliminate intermediate conversion stages.

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