DC/DC power module and converter

GE Critical Power's JRCK017A0S32R0 isolated dc/dc power module is 95 percent efficient and is DOSA compliant.

11/21/2013


GE Critical Power's JRCK017A0S32R0 isolated DC/DC power module is 95 percent efficient and is DOSA compliant. Courtesy: GE Critical PowerGE Critical Power's (NYSE: GE) isolated dc/dc power module, the JRCK017A0S32R0, offers 544 watts (W) with 95% efficiency and provides up to 17 amps of dc output current at a nominal output voltage of 32 volts dc. The Distributed-power Open Standards Alliance (DOSA)-compliant, half-brick form factor is optimized for high-voltage, high-power applications such as wireless and switch networks.

The JRCK017A0S32R0 also offers Tunable Loop, an optional feature that enables a user to optimize the dynamic response of the converter to match the load with reduced output capacitance. This feature enables original equipment manufacturers to reduce board space and overall product cost. 

GE Critical Power

www.gecriticalpower.com 

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