Wuerth Elektronik eiSos is exhibiting at the PCIM Asia 2016, taking place from 28 thru 30 June 2016. In its presentation in the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center, the manufacturer will be focusing on power modules, for instance the step-down converters of the Magl³C product series, and on the topics of wireless power transfer and energy harvesting. Demoboards will be presented for all three focal topics. The exhibition will also host the presentation of the seminar “EMC Solutions Analysis and Theory Introduction” which has already proven to be a powerful crowd-puller at many other trade fairs in China.
Wuerth Elektronik eiSos is presenting its substantially expanded and improved Power Module Catalogue for 2016. This includes a number of special highlights, including for example the Magl³C-VDRM (synchronous variable step-down regulator module) with 2.95 to 6 Vin and 0.8 to 3.6 Vout, which is particularly suited for the power supply for processors and FPGAs that require a scaleable output current (2 A/4 A/6 A) and a programmable switching frequency (BQFN-39 design). Magl³C-FDSM replaces the standard 78xx linear voltage regulators. With input voltages ranging from 7 to 28 V, the non-synchronous step-down regulator module provides fixed output voltages of 3.3 or 5 V at 1 A. The advantage: no further external components are required for operation (SIP-3 design).
In the area of wireless power transfer, Wuerth Elektronik eiSos will be showing a comprehensive programme of coils and arrays. The company will also be presenting a variety of certified electrolyte, ceramic, and film capacitors from its EMC product range.
Record power inductor
The smallest product is the true star of the exhibition programme: the WE-MAPI is the world’s smallest series of shielded power inductors made of magnetic iron alloy. Their design enables a high current-carrying capacity and high saturation currents. A further highly interesting SMD component: in the WE-MPSB series of ferrites, the nominal current capacity is up to 55 percent higher than is the case with the comparable components that have been available so far. In addition, these ferrites are capable of briefly withstanding up to twenty times their specified rated current capacity.