Murata Unveils the MYW Series from the MonoBK DC-DC Converter Family

Murata Unveils the MYW Series from the MonoBK DC-DC Converter Family

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Murata unveils the MYW series from the MonoBK DC-DC converter family.  The first product in the series, the MYWGC3R53FFW92RAE, features protections for over-current (OCP), over-voltage (OVP), under-voltage (UVP), and over-temperature (OTP).

Target power applications include FPGAs, CPUs, and datacom/telecom systems. The new point-of-load (POL) modules, according to the company, offer a 50-percent smaller footprint than competing solutions and set new standards in size, efficiency, and performance.

The MonoBK MYW series are 4-channel DC–DC converters that integrate all passive components, including inductors, into a form factor of 9.3 mm x 9.0 mm x 2.9 mm (L × W × H). The products feature an input voltage range of 2.8–5.5V and programmable outputs of 0.4–3.58V up to 3.0 amps. Most applications will require few external components.

The module has a thermal performance that can support a temperature range of -40 to +105°C. Based on a fixed-frequency synchronous buck converter switching topology, this POL module features on/off control and power-good signal out.

The product is sampling now, and mass production is scheduled for Q2 2020.

For more information, visit: https://www.murata.com/en-us?intcid5=com_xxx_xxx_cmn_hd_xxx

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