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DC-DC Converter Range Extended with Two New DCMs in a ChiP Package

February 16, 2017
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DC-DC Converter Range Extended with Two New DCMs in a ChiP Package

Following on from the introduction of new DCMs in VIA packages earlier this month, today we announced two new DCMs in a ChiP package.

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DC-DC Converter Family Expands with Seven New DCMs in a ChiP Package

December 6, 2016
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DC-DC Converter Family Expands with Seven New DCMs in a ChiP Package

We’ve added seven new DCMs in a ChiP package to our broad portfolio of DC-DC Converter Modules.

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Isolated DC-DC ChiP DCM Converters can be Customized to Meet Unique Application Requirements

Isolated DC-DC ChiP DCM Converters can be Customized to Meet Unique Application Requirements

The exciting new DCM in a ChiP package from Vicor provides the highest power density, isolated, regulated DC-DC converters available today.

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DCMs: Spot the Difference

June 7, 2016
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DCMs: Spot the Difference

The DC-DC Converter Module (DCM) is a flexible power component that provides an isolated, regulated output from an input that accepts a wide voltage range.

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An Overview of the Sine Amplitude Converter

February 3, 2016
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An Overview of the Sine Amplitude Converter

Using power components to architect power chains produces highly optimized solutions. One of the reasons for this is that each power component can use the best switching topology

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Architectural Lighting Applications Need Compact, Easy-to-Use Power Components

January 6, 2016
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Architectural Lighting Applications Need Compact, Easy-to-Use Power Components

Architectural lighting is an increasingly popular way to draw attention to buildings and the urban environment. LEDs are a popular choice of lighting technology, allowing large structures to be illuminated using minimal energy.

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White Paper Describes How Eliminating Isolation Improves Performance of 48 V Power Systems

November 4, 2015
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White Paper Describes How Eliminating Isolation Improves Performance of 48 V Power Systems

The telecommunications industry has traditionally used positive-referenced DC power distribution to reduce the chance of copper wiring corroding. Modern systems, however, often use active cathodic protection, eliminating the need for a positive-referenced power system.

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