Digital power converter: up to 40A from a 11x17x6.76mm

March 20, 2017 // By Julien Happich
Intel's Enpirion Power Solutions series delivers the power performance, programmability, telemetry, efficiency, and power density needed to get the most out of high-performance embedded systems.

Boasting a 0.5% accuracy and under 1% ripple, the EM2120x01QI, EM2130x01QI and EM2140x01QI units exceed FPGA static power requirements (with less than 3% transient deviation), delivering 20A, 30A, and 40A respectively from a single 11x17x6.76mm footprint for maximum design scalability, reuse, and flexibility. Defined, designed, and validated as a complete solution with Intel FPGA systems, the digital power converters come pre-loaded with configurations optimized for performance and cost trade-offs. The Intel Enpirion Digital Power Configurator graphical user interface tool enables designers to program, test, and customize any Enpirion digital PowerSoC with a single, comprehensive tool. High efficiency and excellent thermal design with no thermal de-rating eliminates the need to oversize the power supply or use a bulky, expensive heat sink. The units accept a 4.5 to 16V input and output 0.7 to 5V, 0.7 to 3.6V and 0.7 to 1.325V respectively.

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