CUI Inc. has introduced its second-generation high density isolated intermediate bus converter (IBC) family - the NQBS series. The family has been specifically created to address the rising power requirements and efficiency demands in telecom systems and data centers.
Launched at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) in Fort Worth, Texas, the NQBS modules are housed in a quarter brick package and deliver a power density of 27.2 W/cm3 (445 W/in3) as well as efficiencies in excess of 96%.
These IBC devices incorporate the company's patented Solus(R) Power Topology, which delivers a greater power density, higher efficiency, faster transient response, and lower EMI in both isolated and non-isolated dc-dc converter designs.
The NQBS series IBC module incorporating the Solus Topology joins the company's recent high performance non-isolated point of load product introductions.