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ZVS Buck Regulator Removes Barriers To Increased Power Throughput

June 24, 2013 // Vicor // 0 comments

ZVS Buck Regulator Removes Barriers To Increased Power Throughput Download White Paper 674Ko

The need for higher power density in today's electronic systems combined with higher overall efficiency has driven many changes in the Non-isolated Point-of-Load Regulator (niPOL). While the solutions developed work well over a narrow voltage range, the efficiency and throughput power tend to drop dramatically when they are subjected to a wide input range. This paper looks at a new ZVS buck regulator topology and explains how it is able to achieve very high power density, efficiency, throughput power capability and a wide dynamic range.


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