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VICOR DCM3717 Non-Isolated Regulated DC Converter | New Product Brief

October 04, 2020 by Mouser Electronics

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VICOR DCM3717 Non-Isolated Regulated DC Converter

Vicor’s DCM3717 is a 750W Non-Isolated Regulated DC-DC converter for point-of-load regulation in 48V systems, such as data centers, automotive, and industrial systems. 

The DCM3717 can operate from a semi-regulated 40V to 60V input and provides a 12.2V regulated output that can be trimmed from 10V to 13.5V. The converter is rated for 750W continuous operation and can handle transient peaks up to 900W, with PMBus® compatible telemetry and the ability to use four units in parallel to power larger loads. The DCM3717 integrates a ZVS buck-boost stage followed by a Sine Amplitude Convert with a switching frequency above 1MHz, providing high efficiency and high power density. 

The converter uses Vicor’s SM-ChiP packaging technology, which provides low top- and bottom-side thermal impedance for flexible thermal management. 

  • Input range: 40VDC to 60VDC 
  • Output range: 10VDC to 13.5VDC 
  • Output power: Up to 750W (62.5A) continuous 
    • Up to 900W (75A) transient peak 
  • PMBus® compatible telemetry 
  • ZVS Buck-Boost regulator and Sine Amplitude Converter (SAC™) 
    • >1MHz switching frequency 
    • 97% peak efficiency 
  • Flexible thermal management: SM-ChiP packaging enables low top- and bottom-side thermal impedance 

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