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Immersive cooling has been around for many years in demanding applications and is now becoming attractive in commericial and industrial applications. There is a natural concern about the compatibility of the available fluids with the materials used in mass-produced products such as DC/DC converters.
There is a huge number of DC/DC converters available these days – some provide isolation while others are non-isolated. In this article we will take a look at what this means to designers when putting together power solutions.
With the rapidly advancing 5G cellular wireless networks, high efficiency, reliability and power density are performance characteristics that remain vital for RF Power Amplifier applications.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is bringing science fiction to reality, as we all talk to our intelligent assistants, and let computers handle decision-making. Behind the scenes, this is putting big demands on the capabilities of data centers, both in processing performance and electricity consumption – but how significant is this for power designers?
Here at Flex Power Modules we’re always keen to help our customers with pertinent advice and guidance. Today we tackle a topic that comes up frequently: the potential to connect our converters in parallel or series configurations.
There is a requirement for power systems to provide higher power outputs, while minimizing the physical space they take, as well as increasing their efficiency.
Power modules versus discrete DC/DC solutions - a comparison of power modules with discrete solutions showing all the advantages and some disadvantages.
BMR492 made for datacom applications and which comfortably handles burst mode of latest processors
For power conversion, we all know how important efficiency is. But another factor is often just as crucial in selecting the right component: power density.