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DCM Arrays are Ideal Solution for Power-Hungry Applications from 320 W to 4.8 kW

DCM Arrays are Ideal Solution for Power-Hungry Applications from 320 W to 4.8 kW

With modern electronic systems demanding more and more power, it can be difficult to find a power component that is able to deliver sufficient energy. The Vicor power component design methodology is a simple approach that allows designers to build exactly the power chain they need by combining different functional blocks to create a flexible solution that delivers all the power rails the application requires. Engineers using this approach would simply select multiple power components to increase the current output. Increasing the output current by using several converters in parallel is not always straightforward...

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Using the DCM in a Power Chain for a Small Electric Car

Using the DCM in a Power Chain for a Small Electric Car

Hybrid and fully electric vehicles need power components to convert the high voltage from the battery bank to lower voltages required for equipment in the cabin, as well as to reverse the conversion for...

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New DCMs Extend Flexible Family of DC-DC Converters

New DCMs Extend Flexible Family of DC-DC Converters

Today we announced that we have added a range of new products to our family of isolated, regulated DC-DC Converter Modules (DCMs).

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Video: Using PowerBench is Like Using our Internal Product Design Tools

When you’re specifying a custom product or analyzing the performance of a power component, you want to have access to the best tools possible.

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Back to Basics: A Guide to Different Power Architectures

Back to Basics: A Guide to Different Power Architectures

There are a several different approaches to developing power architectures, each with its own benefits and disadvantages.

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Electronic Design Article Explains How DCMs and ZVS Buck Regulators Help Engineers Meet Railway Standards

Electronic Design Article Explains How DCMs and ZVS Buck Regulators Help Engineers Meet Railway Standards

Electronic Design has just published Rails for Rails, an article by Stephen Oliver that discusses the requirements of power systems developed for railway applications.

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