First Components introduces high-efficiency DC/DC converter for high power LED lighting
Applying constant current, the hysteretic PFM control scheme enhances system stability and optimizes excellent power efficiency up to 90% at heavy loading and even 85% at light loading. By comprising the features of adaptive output switching frequency and an audio frequency skip, both higher current and frequency can be reached as well as preventing customers from noise interruption when the MBI6650 is activated.
The MBI6650 is built with only 4 external components required and therefore successfully minimizes the PCB layout area, achieving the cost effectiveness. The design is available to operate over an input of 9 to 36V for high power LED applications. With full protection, the MBI6650 enhances power dissipation with a thermal pad in a TO-252-5L package.
The MBI6650 has achieved great improvement in the DC/DC buck converter in terms of high efficiency performance, system reliability, and power consumption reduction in the LED lighting industry for future high power LED applications.
First Components Distribution GmbH
First Components GmbH, founded in 1990, is a franchise distributor offering an extensive product range of active semiconductors, power LED’s and various components ranging from sensors, analog and digital IC’s to microcontrollers, memory circuits and ASICs. The offer is rounded off by various services that span different manufacturers and are tailored specifically to industry and trade customers, like Design-In-Solutions and other Value Added Services in areas like logistics and supply chain management.
The extensive application experience and the design know-how of technical application specialists guarantee that the best possible solution will be developed and implemented for each customer.
First Components is the daughter of AZEGO AG, based in Munich, one of the world’s 10 largest independent technology and logistics suppliers of the semiconductor industry, with a global distribution network of 140 employees and 15 locations.
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