The range capability gives designers the flexibility of using one part to cater for both nominal input voltages. They are ideal for user in higher voltage applications that require a lower voltage source to power FPGAs and microprocessors. Also, the efficient modules, with a typical efficiency of 89 %, are fully compatible with the Distributed-power Open Standards Alliance (DOSA) package specifications and measure just 11.9 x 20.8 x 8.5 mm (0.47 x 0.82 x 0.34 inches).
The non-isolated series offers a 3-A programmable output voltage that can be set from +0.75 to +4.5 VDC to suit the needs of an individual industrial design. Power output at 4.5 Vout is 13.5 W. Using the same standard pinout as other OKI point of load converters, the OKI-T3-W32 further extends the product family into growing markets and new applications.
A remote On/Off input, using either a positive or negative source, allows the output to be controlled or sequenced in the case of an end-product using multiple input voltage sources. The modules also provide several protection features including under voltage lock out, output short circuit, over current and over temperature.
The series is capable of driving up to 1000 µF ceramic capacitive loads, aiding keeping ripple and noise to a minimum.
Operating temperature is from -40 degrees C to up to +85 degrees C with derating suiting most demanding environments.
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