DC-DC converters with a standard sixteenth-brick footprint are known as isolated 1/16 Bricks. High input-transient withstand capabilities, large input voltage ranges, ultra-low profiles, high efficiencies, and start-up into pre-biased loads are all features of these products.
As a participating member of the DOSA alliance, Bel Power Solutions provides models that adhere to the DOSA requirements.
The size of “brick” DC/DC converters has steadily decreased. With output and complete DC isolation preserved, the ULS series achieves yet another remarkable size reduction down to a “sixteenth brick” width. The PC-board mount converter family offers fixed, regulated outputs at Volts DC inputs.
ULS outputs may be trimmed of nominal output while giving rapid settling to current step loads and no deleterious consequences from larger capacitive loads. High-quality ripple and noise requirements guarantee compatibility with CPU, ASIC, programmable logic, and FPGA circuits. There is no prerequisite load.
The Global Isolated Sixteenth-Brick DC-DC Converter market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
IRS Encapsulated Sixteenth-Brick DC-DC Converters from Murata Power Solutions provide regulated outputs in a conventional sixteenth-brick fully encased box. IRS DC-DC converters from Murata Power Solutions are designed to operate in challenging conditions in industrial and rail applications.
These DOSA-compliant DC-DC converters offer full 2250VDC isolation, an 18 to 75VDC input range, and an output power of up to 54W. With rapid settling to current step loads and no negative effects from larger capacitive loads, IRS outputs can be reduced.
The ripple and noise criteria ensure circuits utilising CPUs, ASICs, programmable logic, and FPGAs will function properly. The IRS series’ self-protection features eliminate converter and external circuit risks.
The sixteenth brick dc-dc converter family from SynQor Corp., which is fully 6/6 RoHS compliant, has released its first member. The provides an isolated output with up to 66W of useable power in a 1.17sq in footprint and has a complete Telco input range.
The sixteenth brick converter requires 43% less board space than eighth brick converters when using the DOSA standard connector and footprint. With a relatively flat derating curve, the uses a synchronous rectification topology to deliver great thermal performance.
The module offers up to 4A more than similarly rated eighth bricks and over 3A more than other sixteenth bricks currently on the market when it comes to available current.
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