Vicor has released its PI3740 ZVS buck-boost regulator with an extended operating temperature range of -55 to +115°C and optional tin-lead BGA packaging for MIL-COTS applications. The product is a high-density and high-efficiency buck boost regulator with an 8–60 V input voltage range and supports output voltages from 10–50 V.
The RBB10-2.0 series is a 4 A non-isolated buck/boost regulator power module where the input voltage can be higher, lower or the same as output voltage.
The STMicroelectronics A7987 automotive switching regulator has a wide input-voltage range that allows use in trucks and buses.
The RBB10 series is a 4 A non-isolated buck/boost regulator power module with a low profile for space-critical applications. It reaches an efficiency of up to 96%, which allows it to operate at full load in ambient temperatures as high as 85°C without forced air cooling.
Analog Devices LTM4626 and LTM4638 µModule regulators offer a 12 or 15 A (respectively) step-down DC/DC regulator solution that incorporates a switching controller, power FETs, inductor and support components.
The PI358x series is the latest addition to the Vicor 48V ZVS Buck Regulator portfolio, offering a GQFN package option for the existing LGA and BGA system-in-package (SiP) products.
The STMicroelectronics LDO40L 400 mA low-dropout linear regulator delivers quiet and efficient power for always-on automotive modules and noise-sensitive loads.
RECOM's latest power modules are designed to increase the power density of DOSA-packaged DC/DC converters. The RPM modules feature efficiency up to 99%, enabling a low-profile package suitable for applications where space is critical.
The PI354x-00-BGIZ is the latest addition to the 48 V Cool-Power ZVS Buck Regulator portfolio. The buck regulator's high-performance ZVS topology enables 48 V direct to PoL.
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.
The Internet of Things connects many different devices, which have to date been working independently of each other, into one big network.
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.
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.
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.
The Maxim MAX17222 nanoPower boost regulator enables long battery life in a small form factor for wearable and consumer IoT designs.