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TI's new unregulated DC/DC converter with 17V output

Posted: 28 Nov 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Texas Instruments? TI? DC/DC converter? DCP010507DB?

Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) announced late last week a 1W isolated, unregulated DC/DC converter in a miniature package. The new module operates from a 5V input, features dual 17V outputs, and is designed for motor control, programmable logic controller and distributed I/O module applications.

The new DCP010507DB provides up to 85 percent efficiency and meets UL1950 specifications with 1kVrms isolation and EN55022 Class B EMC performance. Supporting an operating temperature range of -400C to 1000C, the module provides both thermal shutdown and short-circuit protection, as well as device-to-device synchronization control for applications with multiple converters. In addition, the DCP010507DB can provide highly effective point-of-load power conversion and ground loop elimination for noise-sensitive applications.

TI explained that the 17V output allows digital designers to incorporate a low-cost linear regulator to provide very low noise power to digital circuits and a true zero when used with op amps. This new converter can also be configured as a single-output 14V converter.

The tiny module uses reliable semiconductor lead-frame construction and a highly integrated package design with a power density of 2.4W/cm3.

The DCP010507DB comes in Pb-free/RoHS surface-mount or through-hole package options, and in tape and reel. With a suggested resale price starting from $5.90 in 1,000-piece quantities, this device is available in JEDEC PDIP-14 and SO-14 gull-wing packages.




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