Mouser Electronics, NPI distributor of semiconductors and components, has added Analog Devices’ LTM4700µModule regulator to its offerings. The step-down switching mode regulator combines very high power with energy-efficient performance, to help ease the cooling demands of data centre infrastructures.

Analog Devices LTM4700 µModule regulator is a dual 50 A or single 100A step-down DC/DC solution that incorporates fast analog control loops, precision mixed-signal circuitry, power MOSFETs, inductors and supporting components. The module’s heatsink packaging technology enables increased server density, boosting data centres throughput and computational power with minimal impact on system size and cooling costs.

The 15 × 22mm device integrates analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs) and EEPROM, featuring remote configurability and telemetry-monitoring of power management parameters over a PMBus protocol. The device operates over an input voltage range of 4.5V to 16V, with a digitally supported output voltage range of 0.5V to 1.8V.

The µModule’s architecture enables system designers to combine up to eight devices, delivering up to 800A of load current to meet the higher power needs of data centre processors, including FPGAs, ASICs, GPUs and microcontrollers. Applications include cloud computing, high-speed computing and optical networking systems, communication infrastructure, and PCIe boards, as well as medical, industrial, and test and measurement equipment.

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