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The DC-DC Converters Market is Expected to Grow from USD 8.5 Billion in 2019 to USD 22.4 Billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 17.5%
Factors such as the growing concern about global energy consumption, the introduction of advanced power saving architecture, the increasing demand for current requirements by the ICT industry, and the emergence of digital power management & control technologies are expected to drive the DC-DC converters market.
In next chapters, more detailed description about the high-efficiency/high power density-oriented design of dual interleaved, parallel--operated LLC converter will be given.
Optimization of transformer design for high efficiency and high-power density converter is subjected to the reduction of overall transformer losses.
Representative of DC/DC converters for the new wave of applications are the PKU4611A and PKU4617A from Flex Power Modules (Figure 1).
Both converters are typically 94 percent efficient at half load and 5 V output voltage.
Oakwood, GA, March 23, 2018 --( Mencom offers a wide range of Media Converters from entry-level media converters to smart media converters that support redundant-power and automatic speed negotiation, so the transitions from copper-based networks to fiber-based networks can be smooth and trouble-free.
The Industrial Fast Ethernet Media Converters provide industrial media conversion between 10/100BaseT(X) and 100Base FX (SC connector); connection options include multi-mode SC connector (2km), and single- mode SC connector (30km).
The circuit configuration, the control scheme, the fundamental behavior, and the feasibility of the nonisolated multicellular dc-dc converter are described in Section 3.
In general, any mismatch in the output voltage level of the parallel-connected DC-DC boost converter could initiate a circulating current.
The most important advantage of SBC is that the voltage-drop in forward mode over controlled semiconductor switch placed below the other is less than that of the diode used in an asynchronous buck converter and that lower loss is produced consequently [7].