Five new MIL-COTS Power Components

June 14, 2017

Today we announced four new MIL-COTS (M-Grade) DC-DC Converter Modules (DCMs) and a new MFM Filter. The new DCMs provide flexible DC-DC conversion, delivering up to 320W of output power at 5V, 12V, 24V or 28V from a nominal 28V (16 – 50 VDC input voltage range). Housed in a thermally adept, low profile (9.3 mm) 3414 VIA package, these new DCMs offer a wide operating temperature range extending down to -55°C.


New MIL-COTS DCMs (click to enlarge)

The new MIL-COTS DCMs feature enhanced functionality and performance, including EMI filtering, transient protection, inrush current limiting, as well as a secondary-referenced control interface for trim, enable and remote-sensing.

A new MFM 28V filter module (MFM filter) complements these MIL-COTS VIA DCMs. This extremely dense, low profile filter provides front-end transient protection and EMI filtering when used with any Vicor M-Grade 28V 3414 VIA DCM module. This combination enables power engineers to rapidly meet conducted emissions and conducted susceptibility requirements per MIL-STD-461E/F and input transients per MIL-STD-704A/E/F and MIL-STD-1275D/E.


MIL-COTS MFM Filter Modules (click to enlarge)

The MFM 28V filter module is housed in a 1714 VIA package (size: 1.76” x 1.40” x 0.36” / 44.6 mm x 35.5 mm x 9.3 mm), accepts an input voltage of 16 – 50 VDC and can deliver up to 350 Watts of power.

3x More Power and Lower Profile

Vicor’s new solutions provide approximately 2 ½ times more power density by volume and approximately three times more power density by weight than the closest competitor. By providing modularity and ease-of-use in a compact form factor, the new VIA DCM and MFM modules enable system designers to quickly develop extremely dense, low profile, high performance products. They also eliminate many of the uncertainties and compliance problems traditionally associated with military application power design.


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