Digital MegaDLynx™ Power Modules

GE Energy's Digital MegaDLynx power modules are non-isolated DC-DC converters and deliver up to 40 A of output current

Image of GE Critical Power's Digital MegaDLynx™ Power ModulesGE Energy's Digital MegaDLynx power modules are non-isolated DC-DC converters that can deliver up to 40 A of output current. These modules operate over a wide range of input voltage (VIN = 4.5 VDC to 14.4 VDC) and provide a precisely regulated output voltage from 0.45 VDC to 2.0 VDC, programmable via an external resistor and PMBus control. Features include a digital interface using the PMBus protocol, remote ON / OFF, adjustable output voltage, along with overcurrent and over-temperature protection. The PMBus interface supports a range of commands to both control and monitor the module. The module also includes the Tunable Loop™ feature that allows the user to optimize the dynamic response of the converter to match the load with reduced amount of output capacitance leading to savings on cost and PWB area.

Features Applications
  • Wide input voltage range: 4.5 VDC to 14.4 VDC
  • Output voltage programmable from 0.6 VDC to 2.0 VDC via external resistor. Digitally adjustable down to 0.45 VDC
  • Tunable Loop to optimize dynamic output voltage response
  • Fixed switching frequency with capability of external synchronization
  • Ability to sink and source current
  • Wide operating temperature range: -40°C to +105°C
  • Distributed power architectures
  • Intermediate bus voltage applications
  • Telecommunications equipment
  • Servers and storage applications
  • Networking equipment
  • Industrial equipment

Power Modules

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable QuantityView Details
MDT040A0X3-SRPHZ datasheet linkDC/DC CONVERTER 0.45-2V 40A SMDMDT040A0X3-SRPHZDC/DC CONVERTER 0.45-2V 40A SMD1836 - Immediate
MDT040A0X3-SRPHZ product page link
MVT040A0X3-SRPHZ datasheet linkDC/DC CONVERTER 0.6-2V 40A SMDMVT040A0X3-SRPHZDC/DC CONVERTER 0.6-2V 40A SMD0MVT040A0X3-SRPHZ product page link
Published: 2014-07-11