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Fast Design for High Density Power Modules for 5W to 40W DC-DC Designs in DesignSpark PCB and Popular CAD tools

TonyOchoa
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TDK’s Chip Embedded μPOLTM DC-DC power modules, enabling power delivery for High density, Small Form Factor, and Low profile (Height).

These tiny power modules for 5W to 40W DC-DC designs can be used for various FPGA/SoCs/ASICs and multi-ARM controller devices from 1A to 12A. 

Evaluation boards are also available and demonstrated in the video below:

 

FREE ready for download reference designs are available here (registration required) and can then simply be imported into the designs using DesignSpark PCB.

The reference designs feature schematics and layouts ready to go --- proven designs --- on DesignSpark PCB and other CAD software.

These micro-point-of -load (μPOL™) voltage regulators, will open new doors for overall higher PCB board density and trends for system-level integration.  They are ideal for crafting DC-DC power solutions in the nooks, crannies between and around the FPGAs, ASICs, memory; and under the hoods of heat sinks on the top or bottom of PCB boards or daughter cards for design flexibility.  For example, the FS1406 can deliver 15 Watts in a 3.3mm x 3.3mm x 1.5mm height package. These designs emphasize proper component placement, power and ground design and thermal considerations for quick turnkey design in the customers’ favourite CAD tool”, stated Tony Ochoa, Director of Marketing of the μPOLTM product group.

Tony Ochoa Faradaysemi, A TDK Group Company Tony Ochoa is the director of marketing at TDK, supporting mixed signal analog in both precision and power. He has over 30 years of industry experience, and has worked for Analog Devices, National Semiconductor, Infineon, and several other start-up in the Silicon Valley area. He holds a BSEE from the University of California and MBA. When not working on engineering, you will find him in the waves in Oceanside, California.

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Comments

March 15, 2021 06:52

One thing I don't see listed anywhere is what Vin range these can work with.

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March 16, 2021 08:13

@BradLevy Hi BradLevy, it's in the datasheets. For the FS1406, for instance can operate 2.5V to 16Vin in dual supply mode; 4.5V to 16V for single supply mode. Let me know what you interested in and I can send you some specific design examples. BR, tony

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