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The new Vicor DCM2322 family of isolated DC-DC converters targets lower-power rail EN50155 infrastructure applications

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The new Vicor DCM2322 family of isolated DC-DC converters targets lower-power rail EN50155 infrastructure applications

October 09, 2019

Modern rail infrastructure requires a wide range of DC-DC converters to power a variety of new safety systems and passenger services, as well as creating a need for performance improvements in existing systems for both freight and commuter markets. Power density, efficiency and ease of use are critical considerations when designing isolated, regulated DC-DC converter systems for modern rail applications. The new DCM2322 ChiP family is a lower-power and smaller package variant of the DCM3623 family and provides power system engineers a smaller footprint option with input voltage ranges that meet multiple EN50155 standards.

Packaged in a 22 x 23 x 7mm ChiP, the new series offers engineers wide input voltage ranges of 43 – 154V and two more narrow input voltage ranges of 14 – 72V and 9 – 50V, with power levels ranging from 35 to 120W and efficiencies up to 90.5%.

The extensive family of isolated DCMs utilize the Vicor high-frequency zero-voltage switching topology to achieve industry-leading thermal and electrical performance, with power densities five times greater than competing DC-DC converters.

In additional to modern rail applications the DCM2322 is excellent for powering a broad range of robotics, UAV, communications and defense/aerospace applications.

New DCM2322 ChiP family of parts

Package size

  • 0.97 x 0.90 x 0.30in (22 x 23 x 7mm)

43 – 154V input

  • 3.3V output at 40W
  • 5V output at 60W
  • 12V, 15V, 24V, 28V, 48V output at 120W

14 – 72V input  

  • 3.3V output at 35W
  • 5V output at 50W
  • 12V, 15V, 24V, 28V, 48V output at 100W

9 – 50V input

  • 12V, 15V, 24V, 28V and 48V output at 60W

Learn more about the family of Vicor DC-DC converter modules for rail applications

About Vicor

Vicor Corporation designs, develops, manufactures and markets modular power components and complete power systems based upon a portfolio of patented technologies. Headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts, Vicor sells its products to the power systems market, including enterprise and high performance computing, industrial equipment and automation, telecommunications and network infrastructure, vehicles and transportation, aerospace and defense.

Vicor, DCM and ChiP are trademarks of Vicor Corporation.

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