SynQor Introduces 12V/75W Eighth Brick for IBA Applications
Exceptional efficiency and derating of new eighth brick enables replacement of larger quarter bricks
Boxborough, Mass. - Oct 19th 2005 - SynQor today announced an extension
to its Giga family of Eighth Brick DC-DC converters with the addition
of a 75W/12V output device. The converter is capable of delivering up
to 6.25A of output current and is ideally suited to power downstream
POL converters in Intermediate Bus Architecture (IBA) applications.
converter uses synchronous rectification and SynQor's
patented topology to achieve extremely high efficiency, low power
dissipation and high reliability, in a single board, open-frame package
with industry standard pin-out and footprint.
Covering the full Telecom input voltage range of 35-75V, and operating
at an efficiency of 91%, this open frame device can supply its full
rated output current of 6.25A up to 55C ambient with just 200LFM
(1m/s) of forced air-cooling. The performance level of this device
enables it to be used in applications where previously only Quarter
Brick packages could meet the power requirements.
The device is capable of withstanding input transients of up to
100V/100ms, and incorporates basic isolation from input to output of
2000Vdc. Control and protection features include remote sense, input
UVLO, output voltage trim (+10%/-20%) output OVP, current limit, short
circuit, and thermal shutdown.
Sample and production quantities are available immediately with a stock
to 8-week lead-time. The modules are priced at $42.30 in OEM
quantities. For additional information, please contact your local