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Micro DC-DC converters handle up to 14V

28 May 2013

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Murata micro DC-DC converters

Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd. has added two series to its line-up of micro DC-DC converters. The LXDC55F series can handle up to 14V input voltage and the LXDC55K series can handle a large current of up to 3A. The devices are ideal for mobile devices and communications infrastructure, such as base stations.

The input voltage range of the new LXDC55F series has been increased to 14V so that it can be used for a communications infrastructure that requires an input voltage of about 12V.

Previous micro DC-DC converters have a fixed output voltage. By contrast, the LXDC55F and LXDC55K series allow any output voltage to be set by simply changing the chip resistance value.

Mass production in sequence at the Okayama plant started in March 2013.




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