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Analog Devices présente les plus petits convertisseurs de courant cc vers cc isolés de l'industrie

Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), un leader mondial dans les semi-conducteurs haute performance pour les applications de traitement de signaux et une pionnière en technologie d'isolateurs numériques, a présenté aujourd'hui les plus petits convertisseurs de courant cc vers cc isolés de l'industrie. L'ADuM5010, l'ADuM6010, l'ADuM521x et l'ADuM621x font appel à la technologie propriétaire de convertisseurs de courant cc vers cc isolés isoPower® d'ADI pour fournir 150 mW de puissance de sortie tout en occupant moins d'espace que les solutions concurrentes basées sur module. L'ADuM521x et l'ADuM621x intègrent également deux voies de la technologie primée d'isolation de données iCoupler® d'ADI pour réduire jusqu'à 75 pour cent de l'espace de carte par rapport aux alternatives basées sur optocoupleur. Les convertisseurs étendent le portefeuille de courant isolé d'ADI en fournissant aux concepteurs une approche compacte, rentable et simple à mettre en œuvre pour répondre aux exigences en termes de courant et de données isolés. La combinaison de taille et de puissance de sortie permet également de résoudre les contraintes croissantes d'espace et de puissance dont les ingénieurs doivent tenir compte lors de la conception de systèmes de contrôle, d'équipements d'essais et de mesures, d'alimentation électrique, de pilotes de moteurs et d'autres applications industrielles et d'instrumentation.

« Cette nouvelle ligne de convertisseurs de courant cc vers cc isoPower offre un excellent compromis entre la puissance et la taille, permettant aux clients de concevoir plus de fonctionnalités et d'efficacité dans des formats plus compacts tout en continuant de minimiser le coût des systèmes », a déclaré David Krakauer, directeur de ligne des produits isolateurs numériques iCoupler chez Analog Devices. « Avec son approche collaborative, son assistance à la conception et ses connaissances au niveau des systèmes, ADI aide nos clients à profiter pleinement de notre technologie d'isolation de courant ».

L'ensemble des nouveaux convertisseurs cc vers cc fournissent une puissance régulée et isolée, réglable de 3,15 V à 5,25 V. L'ADuM5010 et l'ADuM521x sont certifiés pour une isolation d'une valeur effective de 2,5 kV (1 minute), tandis que l'ADuM6010 et l'ADuM621x sont certifiés pour une isolation d'une valeur effective de 3,75 kV (1 minute) avec d'autres certifications pour une isolation renforcée conforme à la norme VDE 0884-10. En incorporant la technologie d'isolateur numérique iCoupler d'ADI, l'ADuM521x et l'ADuM621x réduisent le nombre de composants et simplifient et améliorent la vitesse, la fiabilité et l'efficacité de conception en éliminant la nécessité d'optocoupleurs. Les versions à quatre voies de ces produits à l'aide de la technologie isoPower plus compacte et rentable d'ADI seront lancées prochainement.

Les convertisseurs de courant cc vers cc isolés réduisent les délais de développement de systèmes

Analog Devices pré-certifie ses modules de convertisseurs pour aider les concepteurs à réduire les délais de développement de systèmes, contrairement à des convertisseurs de courant cc vers cc discrets à composants multiples qui imposent aux concepteurs d'entreprendre le processus coûteux et laborieux de certification individuelle d'une douzaine de pièces, voire plus. En outre, les modules de convertisseurs de courant cc vers cc isolés d'ADI ne nécessitent pas d'ajout de composants en dehors de deux condensateurs de découplage, facilitant ainsi la complexité de conception et réduisant les délais de mise sur le marché.

Principales caractéristiques des convertisseurs de courant cc vers cc isolés ADuM5010/ADuM6010 et ADuM521x/ADuM621x

  • Format compact : boîtier à encombrement réduit à 20 conducteurs avec une ligne de fuite de 5 mm
  • Sortie régulée de 3,15 V ou 5,25 V
  • Jusqu'à 150 mW de puissance de sortie
  • Haut débit : 100 Mo/s
  • Fonctionnement sous haute température : 105˚C
  • Immunité transitoire élevée en mode commun : > 25 kV/µs

Disponibilité et tarif

Les distributeurs de catalogues Digi-Key Corp. et Premier Farnell plc s'approvisionnent en cartes silicone et d'évaluation.

Produit    

Disponibilité
d'échantillons

   

Cœur d'isolation numérique
iCoupler
à 2 voies

   

Prix par

lot de 1 000 unités

    Boîtier
ADuM5010     Dès maintenant     -     1,54 $     SSOP à 20 conducteurs
ADuM6010     Dès maintenant     -     2,24 $     SSOP à 20 conducteurs
ADuM5210     Dès maintenant     Oui     2,32 $     SSOP à 20 conducteurs
ADuM5211     Dès maintenant     Oui     2,32 $     SSOP à 20 conducteurs
ADuM5212     Dès maintenant     Oui     3,32 $     SSOP à 20 conducteurs
ADuM6210     Dès maintenant     Oui     3,36 $     SSOP à 20 conducteurs
ADuM6211     Dès maintenant     Oui     3,36 $     SSOP à 20 conducteurs
ADuM6212     Dès maintenant     Oui     3,36 $     SSOP à 20 conducteurs
EVAL-ADUM5010EBZ

Carte d'évaluation

    Dès maintenant           59,00 $ chacune     -
EVAL-ADUM5210EBZ

Carte d'évaluation à 2 voies

    Dès maintenant           69,00 $ chacune     -

À propos d'Analog Devices

L'innovation, la performance et l'excellence sont les piliers culturels sur lesquels Analog Devices a construit l'une des sociétés les plus anciennes et à la plus forte croissance du secteur technologique. Société reconnue dans toute l'industrie comme le leader mondial des technologies de conversion des données et de traitement du signal, Analog Devices sert plus de 60.000 clients, représentant pratiquement tous les types d'équipements électroniques. Célébrant plus de 40 années en tant que leader mondial dans la fabrication de circuits intégrés haute performance utilisés dans des applications de traitement de signaux analogiques et numériques, Analog Devices a son siège social à Norwood dans l'État du Massachusetts et dispose d'installations de conception et de fabrication à travers le monde. Analog Devices fait partie de l'indice S&P 500.

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iCoupler et isoPower sont des marques déposées d'Analog Devices, Inc. Toutes les autres marques de commerce appartiennent à leurs propriétaires respectifs.

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