Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Series Of DC/DC Converters: Delivering 1600W Output Power

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Non-isolated DC/DC converters suitable for applications requiring exceptional power density and a high peak power rating, specifically in server and cloud environments.

DC/DC converters

Flex Power Modules have launched a series of non-isolated DC/DC converters, BMR351, which the company claims to be a DC/DC converter with an input range of 40-60 V suitable for 48/54 V applications commonly found in data centers, high-performance computing, and cloud computing environments. The module ensures a fully regulated output of 12.2 V nominal, guaranteeing reliable performance while operating without isolation. The converter claims to feature remarkably high levels of efficiency, reaching a peak of over 98%. Under typical conditions with a 54 V and half load, it maintains an efficiency of 97.8%. According to the press release issued by the company, the module is specifically characterized by a component hotspot temperature of 125 °C. The converter’s comprehensive thermal management system ensures secure peak power operation, incorporating fast and timed over-temperature protection. Additionally, it includes an ALERT signal that indicates an imminent thermal shutdown.

The press release highlights that the converter is equipped with input under-voltage lockout and output short-circuit, over-voltage, and over-current protection mechanisms. The converters claim to have a Power Management Bus (PMBus) interface that allows easy configuration, monitoring, and control. Multiple converters can be paralleled to achieve higher power outputs using the droop load-sharing technique. According to the company’s claim, the output voltage of the converters can be adjusted within the range of 8 V to 13.2 V. Additionally, the converters feature hardware pins for remote sensing, power good indication, and remote control.

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Olle Hellgren, Director Product Management and Marketing of Flex Power Modules, comments: “Our BMR351 is ideal when maximum power density is needed along with high peak power rating, such as in server and cloud applications”.

Some of the specifications of the DC/DC converters include:

  • Input voltage: 40-60V
  • Output Voltage: 12.2V
  • Output Power: 1600 W (2320 W peak)
  • Output Current: 136 A (200 A peak)
  • Efficiency: 97.8%
  • Mount: TH

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Nidhi Agarwal
Nidhi Agarwal
Nidhi Agarwal is a journalist at EFY. She is an Electronics and Communication Engineer with over five years of academic experience. Her expertise lies in working with development boards and IoT cloud. She enjoys writing as it enables her to share her knowledge and insights related to electronics, with like-minded techies.

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