Product Spotlight: POL dc-dc Converters

June 2, 2009
iBD Series of 7-A nonisolated, single inline converters feature a DOSA-compatible pin-out

The iBD Series of 7-A nonisolated, single inline converters feature a DOSA-compatible pin-out. The point-of-load (POL) dc-dc converters have an ultrawide 6 to 14-V input range making them suitable for powering distributed-power and 4:1 and 5:1 unregulated bus-converter systems. With an output adjustment of 0.8 to 5.5 V, the ability to start with a prebiased output, and maximum 7-A output current, the converters handle applications that require multiple voltages.

Standard features include fixed-frequency operation for reduced EMI/RFI noise; remote on/off, flexible output voltage sequencing, auto-recovery of input undervoltage,

3055 Del Sol Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92154
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