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The non-isolated buck-boost converter known as the quarter-brick uses synchronous rectification to attain extraordinarily high conversion efficiency.
The High Input Voltage series of converters may provide a controlled output voltage from a battery source or other variable voltage source and can be utilised in conventional DPA (distributed power architecture) systems. With the use of a single external resistor, the quarter-brick dc-dc converter can be designed to either boost or boost the input voltage.
The Global Non-Isolated Quarter-Brick DC-DC Converter Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A new 60 Watt quarter-brick isolated DC-DC converter from Cincon with a range of input voltages of 43 to 160 VDC was introduced.
The new series CQB60W-110S, which has a quarter-brick size that is industry standard at 2.28″ x 1.45″ x 0.5″, can produce up to 60W of power at single output voltages of 5, 12, 15, 24, 28, and 48VDC. It offers a broad input voltage range (4:1) of 43 to 160 VDC (110 VDC nominal), and basic isolation of 2250 VDC.
A heat sink option is offered for the CQB60W-110S series, which has a high efficiency of up to 92% and a case operating temperature range of -40°C to 100°C.
Murata Power Solutions introduces the 250W IRH-W80 half-brick and the 150W IRQ-W80 quarter-brick as two new ultra-wide 10:1 ratio DC-DC converters.
With an input voltage range of 16 to 160 Vdc, both high power density modules have efficiency levels exceeding 91%. The 150W and 250W IRH-W80 modules are intended for embedded use in the industrial and railroad industries.
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