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Ericsson, Inc.
740-T E. Campbell Rd.
Richardson, TX, 75081

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Quarter Brick Power Module delivers up to 600 W.   Return to story
Company Information:
Ericsson, Inc.
740-T E. Campbell Rd.

Richardson , TX  75081   USA
Phone: 972-583-0000
http://www.ericsson.com/us/
Marketing:
Patrick Le Fevre Marketing and Communication Director
USA
Phone: +46-10-716 95 07
 
 
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Quarter Brick Power Module delivers up to 600 W.

Ericsson, Inc.    Richardson, TX 75081
Jun 03, 2014 Based on Hybrid Regulated Ratio topology, Model PKM4613NH offers up to 600 W across input voltage of 36–75 V and operating temperature of -30 to +90°C. HRR technology, combining voltage and duty-cycle regulation, enables high-power conversion across wide input voltage range while keeping power losses low, resulting in power conversion efficiency up to 96%. Available in open-frame and baseplate versions, Model PKM4613NH supplies currents as high as 50 A and provides 2,250 V I/O isolation.
DC/DC POL Regulator Modules offer 6 A or 8 A output.

DC/DC POL Regulator Modules offer 6 A or 8 A output.

Ericsson, Inc.    Richardson, TX 75081
Mar 20, 2014 Measuring 12 x 12 x 8 mm, Models BMR4612001 and BMR4614001 deliver current outputs of 6 A and 18 A, respectively. Dynamic Loop Compensation is based on state-space or model-predictive control, which guarantees stability while achieving optimum dynamic performance without external components. Operating over input voltage range of 4.5–14.0 V, digital point-of-load modules recognize 84 PMBus commands and include non-volatile memory, allowing designers to upload their own configuration files.
Adjustable Output DC/DC Converter powers RFPA applications.

Adjustable Output DC/DC Converter powers RFPA applications.

Ericsson, Inc.    Richardson, TX 75081
Mar 03, 2014 Delivering up to 100 W and 3.3 A from 1.3 x 0.9 x 0.38 in., sixteenth-brick footprint package, PKU4116C features adjustable output range of 10–33 V, which meets AISG specifications, and powers radio frequency power amplifier (RFPA) applications. Outputs can be interconnected in parallel or in series, and efficiency is rated at 93.1% at full load and 30 V output. Along with MTBF of 5.2 million hr, converter features 36–75 V input range and input/output isolation of 1,500 Vdc.

DC-DC Regulator delivers digital dynamic-loop-compensation.

Ericsson, Inc.    Richardson, TX 75081
Sep 18, 2013 Operating over input voltage range of 4.5–14.0 V, BMR461 Point-of-Load Module delivers output from 0.6–5.0 V, which can be adjusted via strap-resistor or PMBus command. Dynamic Loop Compensation is based on state-space or model-predictive control, which guarantees stability while achieving optimum dynamic performance without requiring external components. Housed in LGA package measuring 0.48 x 0.48 x 0.315 in., 12 A regulator includes energy-optimization algorithms and low bias technology.

DC/DC Converter suits high-power datacom applications.

Ericsson, Inc.    Richardson, TX 75081
Jun 20, 2013 Delivering up to 750 W in quarter brick format, Model PKM4717NH features Hybrid Regulated Ratio topology, which combines voltage regulation and ratio regulation for 97.1% efficiency at 60% load. Module operates with input voltage of 40–60 V and delivers output voltage of 10.8 V at 70 A within operational system voltage of 50–60 V. Below 50 V, in regulated-ratio mode, output voltage self adjusts for optimal operation. Measuring 2.28 x 1.45 x 0.45 in., converter features power density of 508 W/in.³
Digital Power Module controls power consumption.

Digital Power Module controls power consumption.

Ericsson, Inc.    Richardson, TX 75081
Jul 17, 2012 Featuring 32-bit ARM-based digital microcontroller that embeds Ericsson DC/DC Energy Optimizer firmware, Model BMR457 is available in input ranges of 36-75 V and 40-60 V, with output power of 264 W and 300 W, respectively. Output voltage can be adjusted from 6.9-13.2 V via PMBus commands, making BMR457 suitable for Dynamic Bus Voltage operation with ability to reduce energy consumption when traffic data demand is low. Typical efficiency is 95.2% and flat curve behavior ranges from 20-100% load.
Digital Bus Converter powers telecom and datacom applications.

Digital Bus Converter powers telecom and datacom applications.

Ericsson, Inc.    Richardson, TX 75081
Jun 22, 2012 Based on FRIDA II platform, Model BMR456 3E offers 2 input voltage ranges of 36-75 Vdc, delivering 420 W and 40-60 V, delivering up to 468 W. Output voltage can be adjusted across 4.0-13.2 V via PMBus commands. Taking advantage of firmware-optimized parameter switching to minimize power losses, Model BMR456 provides typical efficiency of 96.5% and exhibits flat curve behavior from 14-100% load. Unit meets insulation requirements of EN60950I/O and sustains isolation voltage of 2,250 Vdc.
Power Interface Module enables monitoring via PMBus.

Power Interface Module enables monitoring via PMBus.

Ericsson, Inc.    Richardson, TX 75081
Jun 01, 2012 Aimed primarily at high-end datacom and telecom equipment, Model PIM4820BPD includes DC/DC power module converter with 2,250 Vdc isolation and adjustable output voltage of 0.85-7.0 V within power range of 15 W/5 A. PMBus-based digital interface enables user to monitor input voltage, input current, and device temperature. Packaged in ¼-brick form factor measuring 2.28 x 1.45 x 0.539 in., Model PIM4820BPD sustains permanent current of 16.5 A and delivers 99.4% efficiency at 60 V input.
High-Density DC/DC Converter occupies quarter-brick footprint.

High-Density DC/DC Converter occupies quarter-brick footprint.

Ericsson, Inc.    Richardson, TX 75081
Sep 06, 2011 Suited for use in networking and data storage equipment, BMR453-0108/014 measures 2.28 x 1.45 x 0.965 in. and provides output voltage of 12.45 V with output current of 60 A. It delivers total output power of 711 W and combines 2 BMR453 series power modules assembled in parallel. Offering power density as high as 215 W/in.², product embeds digital core controllers as well as energy optimization capabilities. Unit delivers 96.9% efficiency at half load and up to 95.8% at full load.




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Ericsson Wins 2012 Product of the Year Award from Electronic Products


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Ericsson Reveals Ability of Dynamic-Bus-Voltage Architecture to Save Power in Datacenters


Oct 01, 2011

Ericsson Digital Voltage Regulator Wins Electronic Products China Award


Jun 01, 2011

Ericsson's 3E Design Kit Enables Easier Exploration of Digital Power Architectures






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