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Vicor introduces two new DCMs in a ChiP Package

February 16, 2017


DCMSummary: The DCM in a ChiP package is an isolated, regulated DC-DC converter, operating
from an unregulated, wide range input to generate an isolated DC output. With its high frequency
zero-voltage switching (ZVS) topology, the DCM converter consistently delivers high efficiency
across the input line range. Modular DCM converters and downstream DC-DC products support
efficient power distribution, providing superior power system performance and connectivity
from a variety of unregulated power sources to the point-of-load.


Announced today:

Output Voltage
3.3V 5V 12V 13.8V 15V 24V 28V 36V 48V
300V 4623 200 – 420V     400W 500W   600W 500W   500W
290V 4623 160 – 420V       600W          
275V 4623 120 – 420V     375W     375W 375W    
270V 4623 160 – 420V 150W 250W 500W   500W 500W 500W   500W
48V 3623 36 – 75V   160W 320W   320W 320W 320W 320W 320W
30V 3623 9 – 50V 80W 80W 160W   160W 160W 160W   160W
28V 3623 16 – 50V 120W 180W 320W   320W 320W 320W   320W
24V 3623 18 – 36V   180W 320W   320W 320W 320W 320W 320W

Table 1 – Vicor's DCM Family – Items in green are newly released, others were previously announced.

Aimed at a variety of applications, including UAV, ground vehicle, radar, transportation and industrial controls, Vicor has added a new 30V input nominal module (9 – 50V range) in a 3623 ChiP package (1.52 x 0.90 x 0.29 in). This converter has an output voltage of 15V maximum power of 160W, achieving a power density of 404 W/in3. Also announced is a 375W module with a nominal input voltage of 275V (120 – 420V) and 24V output in a 4623 ChiP package (1.89 x 0.90 x 0.29 in), achieving a power density of 775 W/in3.


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About Vicor Corporation
Headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts, Vicor Corporation, manufactures and markets innovative, high-performance modular power components, from power modules to semiconductor-centric solutions, to enable customers to efficiently convert and manage power from the power source to the point of


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Vicor’s Power Component Design Methodology enables power system designers to reap all of the benefits of modular power component design – predictable component and system functionality and reliability, fast design cycles, and easy system configurability, re-configurability and scaling – while achieving system operating efficiency, power density and economy that rival the best alternative solutions. Utilizing Vicor’s Power System Designer, engineers can select from an extensive portfolio of proven Vicor power components to architect, optimize and simulate their complete power system, all the way from their input sources to their points of load. This innovative approach to power system design delivers fast time-to-market and state-of-the-art performance while minimizing the possibility of last minute surprises and delays that so often occur with conventional or custom design methodologies.


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Colin Boroski
Rainier Communications
508-475-0025 x 142