VICOR DCM5614 Isolated Regulated DC Converter | New Product Brief
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VICOR DCM5614 Isolated Regulated DC Converter
Vicor’s DCM5614 Isolated Regulated DC-DC Converter provides high efficiency and high-density power conversion for applications in defense, aerospace, and communications systems. The DCM5614 operates from a 180V to 400V input and can deliver up to 1300W on an isolated and regulated 28V Safety Extra Low Voltage output.
The low-profile and high power density modules are available in chassis- or PCB-mount VIA packages with low thermal top- and bottom-side thermal resistances for flexible mounting. The converters use ZVS and ZCS high-frequency switching for high efficiency and high power density with low noise and fast transient response. This also enables low-profile, high-density output filtering. The DCM5614 is available with PMBus management or an analog control interface and includes multiple protection features and a fully operational current limit.
- Wide input range: 180VDC to 400VDC
- POUT: 1300W
- Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) 28V nominal output
- IOUT: 46.43A
- 2121VDC isolation
- VIA Package: 5.57in x 1.40in x 0.37in
- Chassis-mount and PCB-mount options
- Low top-side and bottom-side thermal resistances
- ZVS, ZCS high-frequency switching
- Peak Efficiency: 96%
- Power Density: 451W/in3
- PMBus® management or analog control interface
- Protections: OV, OC, UV, short circuit, thermal
- Fully operational current limit
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