Non-isolated point-of-load power modules

The UDXS0606 and UVXS0606 non-isolated point-of-load (POL) power modules are dual 6-amp POL modules designed to provide ultra-tight voltage regulation and employ a PMBus interface for digital configuration, communication, and control.

12/05/2014


The UDXS0606 and UVXS0606 non-isolated point-of-load (POL) power modules are dual 6-amp POL modules designed to provide ultra-tight voltage regulation and employ a PMBus interface for digital configuration, communication and control. Courtesy: GE Critical

GE's Critical Power's UDXS0606 and UVXS0606 non-isolated point-of-load (POL) power modules are dual 6-amp POL modules designed to provide ultra-tight voltage regulation, digital trim for power reduction, digital sequencing, over-temperature protection, output over-current protection (non-latching), and over-voltage protection. The UDXS0606 (digital) and UVXS0606 (analog) power modules also employ a PMBus interface for digital configuration, communication and control. These features provide power density in a single, flexible module. A single PMBus address can be used for two rails. The DualDLynx occupies up to 25% less board area over separate modules.

GE Critical Power

www.gecriticalpower.com 



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