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“To achieve this power savings, rivals need to add external dc-to-dc converters, increasing both the size and cost of their products.”
“ADP2120 dc-to-dc switching regulators, the latest in”
“Demand has come back strong and we are adding capacity," says John Figars, product line director for low voltage dc-to-dc product line at Fairchild Semiconductor, headquartered in South Portland, Maine.”
“Typical on-resistance times gate charge, a key figure of merit (FOM) for MOSFETs in dc-to-dc converter applications, is 161 at”
“Typical on-resistance times gate charge, a key figure of merit (FOM, expressed in nC-mΩ) for MOSFETs in dc-to-dc converter applications, is 161 at 4.5 V.”
“MOSFET was selected because of its innovation and demonstrated success in dc-to-dc applications.”
“We then confirmed proper dc-to-dc converter operation and correct bias voltage.”
“Positive bias voltage from a dc-to-dc converter fed a control board and then the base (controlling electrode) of each power transistor to assure all transistors remained off when switched off.”
“Developed specifically for power design engineers designing ac-to-dc and isolated dc-to-dc power supplies, the power controller introduces control and monitoring benefits to provide a competitive advantage to server, storage and communications infrastructure applications.”
“Optimized for applications including buck and boost dc-to-dc converters, voltage multipliers for flyback converters, and lighting ballast circuits, the MLCCs will be used in lighting systems and power supplies for medical, computer, motor control, construction and mining, and telecommunications applications.”
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