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Bus converter modules provide desirable power density

Update Time: 2019-12-20 22:24:27

Bus converter modules provide desirable power density

Vicor Corporation (Andover, MA) announced the newest entries in its portfolio of isolated bus converter modules (BCMs) based on the company's Converter housed in Package (ChiP) power component platform. Supplying up to 1.75 kW at 50 V with 98 percent peak efficiency and power density of 2750 W/in3, these fixed-ratio power converters deliver 5X the power density of competing solutions, according to the company. Vicor has also introduced new digital telemetry and control capabilities for its ChiP BCM portfolio, available as an option for the new 1.75 kW modules and previously announced 1.2 kW modules. This PMBus compliant digital interface option gives system designers access to the ChiP BCM's internal controller, enabling digital communication with an array of ChiP BCMs via a single bus for control, configuration, monitoring and other telemetry functions. The new ETSI and ITU compliant 1.75 kW modules support a nominal input voltage of 400 V and nominal output voltage of 50 V, with a K-factor of 1/8. Standard BCM features include:

  • Bidirectional operation.
  • Under-over-voltage lockout.
  • Over-current protection.
  • Short circuit protection.
  • Over-temperature protection.

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Vicor designs, manufactures and markets modular power components for a wide range of aerospace, defense, high performance computers, industrial equipment and automation, telecommunications, network infrastructure, and vehicle and transportation applications. Engineers can take advantage of the combined strengths of Vicor products to design compact, high-performance, cost-effective power solutions.

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