Power supply module

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Power supply module

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you protect your grid assets by creating a highly-efficient power supply module that generates a clean isolated DC power output, while meeting EMI/EMC requirements and protects against fault conditions.

Design requirements:

Isolated power supply module designs often require:

  • Operating with wide input range from 24-250 V for DC and 88-276 V for AC.
  • Achieving high efficiency for multiple rails (24 V, 12 V, 5 V).
  • Providing output during dips and interruptions per IEC61000-4-11/ IEC61000-4-29.
  • Reducing output ripple and low EMI.

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