Advanced Energy Unveils Ultra-Efficient Non-Isolated Digital DC/DC Converter for Compute and Telecom Equipment
“The combination of ultra-high-efficiency operation, thermally optimized design and digital control addresses the growing demand for 48 V power conversion solutions in data center and enterprise computing systems”
The NDQ900 NIBC features a wide 40 V to 60 V DC input range and is ideal for high-power computing, networking, telecommunications, data storage and test and measurement applications requiring a regulated 48 V to 12 V bus conversion. A flat efficiency curve ensures that the quarter-brick module delivers optimum power conversion performance for a wide range of loads.
“The combination of ultra-high-efficiency operation, thermally optimized design and digital control addresses the growing demand for 48 V power conversion solutions in data center and enterprise computing systems,” said Joe Voyles, vice president of marketing, industrial power conversion products at Advanced Energy. “The high-power-density NDQ900 optimizes performance while minimizing power consumption across multiple load scenarios.”
Built around a baseplate construction that serves to improve thermal management and simplifies attachment of a heatsink, the NDQ900 is designed for optimal thermal performance. With forced air cooling, the module can deliver full power over an operating temperature range of -40 °C ~ +85° C.
The NDQ900 is a fixed-frequency converter with no minimum load requirement. It features an active current sharing capability that facilitates the connection of multiple power supplies in parallel for applications requiring higher load current or redundancy. In addition to PMBus connectivity, the module offers a remote-control function and a power good signal.
Approved to all international safety standards, the NDQ900 features an integrated under-voltage lockout (UVLO) function and protection against over-current, over-voltage and over-temperature conditions. Advanced Energy supplies the module with a two-year warranty as standard.
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