Intel Enpirion DC-DC Voltage Bus Converter

Date
07/22/2019

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Intel Enpirion EC2650QI 12V DC-DC Step Down Voltage Bus Converter offers extremely high-efficiency, with integrated low ON-resistance MOSFET switches and small-signal control circuits in an advanced 5.5mm x 5.5mm x 0.9mm 36-pin QFN package. The EC2650QI Voltage Bus Converter features an output voltage that tracks one-half of the input voltage while powering the other Intel Enpirion 6V DC-DC converters.

The device offers a small size and enables a highly efficient 2-stage approach, allowing lower cost converters to be used without sacrificing total system efficiency. PCB board space can be greatly reduced when multiple rails are involved, allowing precious space needed for power regulation.

Intel Enpirion Power Solutions provides a significantly simplified board design, layout, and manufacturing requirements, implementing efficiency in system design and productivity. Additionally, overall system cost saving is enabled with a reduction in the number of components required for the complete power solution.

Features

  • Excellent conversion efficiency up to 94%
  • Optimized total solution size of 150mm
  • Very thin 12V to 6V converter (5.5mm x 5.5mm x 0.9mm QFN package)
  • Up to 6A of continuous operating current
  • Master/Slave operation up to 144W
  • Input power OK indicator
  • Over-current, short circuit, thermal shutdown, input over-voltage protection (OVP), and under-voltage lockout (UVLO) protections

Applications

  • 12V Applications Requiring High Efficiency, Small Solution Size, and High Power Density
  • Systems with FPGA, ASICs, or ASSPs that Require Multiple Power Rails
  • Applications with Multiple Power Rails such as Industrial, Networking, Embedded Computing, and PCIe Cards
  • 12V Industrial and Consumer Applications in Audio/Video, Home Theater, and Tuners

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