MORNSUN 6-16A Non-isolated POL DC/DC Converter K12T Series

Date
04/15/2019

Categories:
DC-DC Converters, Point of Load (POL), Power Conversion, Power Distribution, Power Factor Correction (PFC), Power ICs, Power Management, Power Quality, Voltage

Tag:
@MornsunPower #psd #dcdcconverter

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MORNSUN released a non-isolated POL DC/DC converters K12T series, featuring a compact SMD package and providing output currents of 6A, 10A, 16A.

The devices’ output voltage can be accurately adjustable from 0.75V to 5.0V.

The 6-16A non-isolated POL DC/DC converters can supply a large high speed transient response current for high speed chips such as FPGA, DSP, ASIC to simply its system design, which are suitable for a wide range of industrial applications including communication, computer network industry and dynamic distributed architecture, workstations, servers, LANs/WANs.

Product advantages:

1. Excellent temperature derating

Wide operating ambient temperature range for K12T series: -40℃ to+85℃; Temperature derating: 60℃(K12T-6A), 70℃(K12T-1A), 40℃(K12T-16A).

2. High-speed transient response

20us typical transient recovery time and large capacitive load can ensure the high-speed transient response and fast start-up that required by industries such as communication.

3. High conversion efficiency

Standby power consumption as low as 0.18W, efficiency at full load is up to 96%, efficiency at light load is up to 89%.

4. Complete protections

Input under voltage, output short-circuit, over-current protections.

Application case:

Industrial Switch Industry Power Supply Application

 

Features:

• Compact open frame SMD package

• High efficiency up to 96%

• CISPR32/EN55032 CLASS B EMI compliant without external components

• High-speed transient response

Please refer to the technical manual for specific product parameters: K12T-6A, K12T-10A, K12T-16A.

 

https://www.mornsun-power.com

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