Infineon’s Integrated Point-Of-Load Regulator Increases Efficiency for High-Density Applications

October 9, 2019 Alix Paultre

Infineon Technologies introduced the 16-A IR3826AM and 23-A IR3826M OptiMOS integrated point-of-load DC-DC voltage regulator. It can operate with an input voltage from 5 V to 17 V and provide up to 16 A or 23 A continuous current. The 5 mm x 6 mm footprint devices support a switching frequency of up to 1.5 MHz for a small PCB size and less capacitance. The PWM Gen 3 engine of the devices allows operation with fixed frequency, to reduce noise in multi-rail telecom or high-end Netcom applications.

Learn more at www.infineon.com/ir3826m or www.infineon.com/ir3826am.

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