Monolithic power module range in distribution

June 02, 2020 //By Nick Flaherty
Distributor Farnell has added a range of highly integrated power modules from Monolithic Power Systems (MPS).
Distributor Farnell has added a highly integrated power module range from Monolithic Power Systems (MPS).

The MPS power module range to be stocked by Farnell includes the MPM3695-25 scalable and fully integrated power module with a PMBus interface. This provides up to 250A peak and 200A of continuous current and a low voltage output down to 0.5V. Aimed at telecom and networking systems, it has a 60 percent higher power density compared to discrete point-of-load (POL) solutions and offers a core rail supply for many devices. The QFN-59 package and a wide input/output voltage range also makes the MPM3695-25 power module is also suitable for use in industrial equipment, serves and computing as well as FPGAs/ASIC artificial intelligence and data mining.

Another MPS part added to the Farnell line is the MPM3822C low noise step-down power module. The QFN-18 package with an integrated inductor makes it suitable for space-limited applications, storage and portable products. This provides up to 2A of continuous output current from a 2.75V to 6V input voltage range.  Other features include short-circuit protection, cycle-by-cycle over-current protection as well as Enable (EN) and Power Good (PG) for power sequencing.

The MPM3811 is a monolithic, step-down, switch-mode converter with built-in, internal power MOSFETs and an inductor. This achieves 1A of continuous output current from a 2.3V to 5.5V input voltage and is aimed at applications such as high-performance DSPs, wireless power, portable and mobile devices, and other low-power systems.

“MPS is a true innovator in the semiconductor market, and this new agreement allows us to deliver the highest quality power solutions to customers in industrial, telecom, cloud, automotive and consumer applications whilst further bolstering Farnell’s global power portfolio," said Lee Turner, Global Head of Semiconductors and SBC for Farnell. "This state-of-the-art range further demonstrates our continued commitment to provide our customers with the most innovative power solutions that can accelerate the design process and can help bring products to market faster. Many of our design-oriented customers enjoy having the flexibility to use high quality, integrated solutions when designing applications so they can focus on other

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