02 Mar 2018

DC/DC converter series ideal for fast-switching GaN drivers

Richardson RFPD has announced the availability and full design support capabilities for two new series of DC/DC converters from RECOM Power.

High slew-rate GaN transistors require an isolated 6V supply with high isolation voltage and low isolation capacitance. The RxxP06S and RP-xx06X series have been designed to fulfill this demanding requirement.

The internal transformers in both series use a pot-core to physically separate the input and output windings, however the converters still fit into an industry-standard SIP7 case. Input voltage options of 5, 12, 15 or 24V are available, and both series are safety-certified to the latest UL/IEC60950 standard.

The RxxP06S series features 6400 VDC isolation and <10pF isolation capacitance. The RP-xx06S features 5200 VDC isolation and <10pF isolation capacitance.

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