Step-down switching converters and power modules reduce design cycles

25-06-2018 | Maxim | Power

Speeding time to market and reducing design cycles with EMI-compliant, Himalaya step-down switching converters and power modules are offered by Maxim Integrated Products. These solutions, which comply with CISPR 22 and EN 55022, are perfect for general-purpose applications, building automation, factory automation, including industrial, communications, and consumer electronics. EMI compliance is a necessary, critical design challenge for end equipment manufacturers. Clients often fail EMI compliance after a design is finished because of the power supply IC, filtering techniques, sub-optimal layout, and component selection. Failing EMI at this advanced stage needs customers to tweak their design or even start over again. The company's EMI-compliant, step-down switching converters and power modules are created with EMI challenges in mind. By decreasing or even removing redesign, the company allows a path to first-time success for clients to deliver faster time to market. They comply with CISPR 22 and EN 55022 Class A and B conducted and radiated EMC emission standards, plus JESD22-B103/B104/B111 drop, shock, and vibration standards.