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A New Approach to Circuit Breaker Design Using Silicon Carbide Switches - Nov 21
Mechanical circuit breakers can be low cost with minimal losses, but they operate slowly and wear out. Solid state versions overcome the problems and are becoming increasing viable as replacements at...
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BCM platform is ETSI- and ITU-compliant
The modules are based on the company's ChiP (Converter housed in Package) power technology. The modules support a nominal input voltage of 400V and nominal output voltage of 50V, with a K-factor of 1/8. They are offered in the 6123 package. Standard BCM features include bidirectional operation, under-voltage and over-voltage lockout, over-current, short circuit and over-temperature protection. A PMBus-compliant digital interface option gives access to the ChiP BCM’s internal controller, enabling digital communication via a single bus for control, configuration, monitoring and other telemetry functions.

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