97.3% efficient DC-DC converter offers active current sharing

September 19, 2019 //By Julien Happich
DC-DC converter
The BMR490 DC-DC converter from Flex Power Modules comes with active current sharing, enabling two or more converters to be used in parallel for demanding datacom applications.

Up to six BMR490 converters may be used in parallel. When used in combination with OR-ing, this increases redundancy, because power will still be supplied if one or more converters fails. If redundancy is not required, the converters can be used in parallel without OR-ing diodes, which increases efficiency.
Compared to using traditional droop load sharing (DLS), the BMR490 enables better thermal balance between load and sharing units. This is due to the higher accuracy achieved by active current sharing, and the fact that each unit can deliver higher output power in parallel mode than any competitive solution – up to 1260W per module over the full input voltage range, with droop of 200mV at full power and nominal input.
The BMR490 is a non-isolated DC-DC converter in the compact quarter-brick form factor (58.4x36.8x14.5mm). It can provide an output power of up to 1300W, with an input voltage range of 40V to 60V, and output voltage of 12V. The converter offers high efficiency of typically 97.3% at 53Vin and half load, in part due to the fact that it is the industry’s first parallelable Hybrid Regulated Ratio (HRR) module.
Flex Power Modules – www.flex.com


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