Helix Semiconductors starts production of DC-DC power chip
Fabless power semiconductor startup Helix Semiconductors has started mass production of its MxC200, a configurable high-efficiency 15W DC-DC power chip.
Previously known as the HS200, the MxC200 takes voltage input ranging from 12V to 48V and converts it to selectable lower voltages. For example, when configured as a 48V input to 12V output, the device offers greater than 97 percent peak efficiency and greater than 90 percent efficiency at full load. by Nick Flaherty @ eenewseurope.com
With the MxC200 and other MuxCapacitor-based products, Helix Semiconductors is answering the demand for more energy-efficient power ICs in the burgeoning AC-DC and DC-DC markets,” said Harold Blomquist, president and CEO of Helix Semiconductors. “The MxC200 features a unique three-stage process, each of which divides its input in half. Power can be pulled from any of its three outputs simultaneously up to 15W. The company’s MuxCapacitor technology enables the MxC200 to achieve unprecedented high efficiency and to stay nearly flat from full load down to 5 percent load.
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