Peak load feature power supply is able utilized in many application scenarios. Those applications include motor drive, capacitor charging, pulse load system etc. For the motor driven loads, it has been widely utilized in household appliances and Industrial control systems. In this article, some real application cases would be discussed and how they were being satisfied by the peak load features.
The TRH220A series with the compact size of 180 x 75 x 44.5mm is Cincon’s new Class I desktop adapter which is the smallest 220 watts adapter on the market. This series also supports the universal input range of 90 to 264 VAC and is available with 5 different outputs of 12, 24, 36, 48, and 56 VDC.
Electronic devices lay stress on the reliability and stability of power conversion products in various applications such as industrial, automation, railway, telecom, IPC, medical, etc. In these applications, many electronic devices contain MCU/CPU. In addition, the holdup time for the moment after the interruption of power supply is critical. The holdup time is defined as the duration of time that the DC/DC converter output will remain active following a loss of input power. System designers would require the holdup time feature based on the device characteristics and product regulations in these applications.
In the earlier discussions, we talked about fundamental concepts, EMI solutions, and safety protection considerations for building a DC-DC power system. Those discussions mainly focus on the front-end DC-DC converter design. In the back-end, different types of load applications would affect the circuitry design to meet the requirement. In this article, we will discuss different types of load and the concept to build the circuitry.
The CFM202S series is our new high-density, AC-DC open-frame power supply that provides 200W of regulated power in the dimension of 2 x 4 inches (50.8 x 101.6mm). It has safety approvals for IEC/UL/EN 62368-1 and IEC/EN 60335-1 for household appliances. EMC meets both Class I and Class II.