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Using FREDFETs in BLDC motor drivers to overcome thermal challenges - issue 1/2019
A recent IHS report suggests that the global market for brushless DC (BLDC) motors in home applications is set to rise from around 430 million units per year to 750 million units per year over the...
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Linear voltage regulators operate at automotive temperatures
Designed for high reliability, high temperature applications, the CMT-Antares is Cissoid's latest regulator.
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Digital PoL supply is based on single-stage topology
The Solus Power Topology integrates a conventional buck converter into a SEPIC converter to form a SEPIC-fed buck converter. It is, says the company, a single stage topology with one magnetic element, one control switch and two commutation switches that are optimally controlled by pulse-width modulation (PWM). The NDM3ZS-60 non-isolated module outputs 60A in low-profile vertical and horizontal packages. With lower voltage and current stresses in the topology coupled with an inherent gate charge extraction process, the topology is claimed to reduce switching turn-on losses by 75% and switching turn-off losses by 99% on the control FET when compared to a conventional buck converter. The topology further increases total efficiency by distributing the energy delivery into multiple paths, reducing circuit conduction losses by nearly 50%. Efficiency peaks at 91.3% at 12V DC in to 1V DC out, 50% load. Three configurations are available, a through-hole vertical version measuring 33.02x8.92x18.11mm and a horizontal version measuring 33.02x18.11x7.44mm in surface mount or through-hole configurations.

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