Power Integrations Releases LNK3207, Adds to LinkSwitch-TN2 AC-DC Converter Family
April 01, 2021
Power Integrations announced the release of its LNK3207, the newest member of the company’s LinkSwitch™-TN2 AC-DC converter family.
Per the company, the new ICs facilitate higher-power offline buck converter designs by increasing the output current from 360 mA to 575 mA while reducing BOM count.
Furthermore, the AC-DC converter ICs can increase currents by 60% and deliver over 80% efficiency, in addition to a no-load consumption of less than 30 mW.
According to a company press release, each monolithic LinkSwitch-TN2 IC incorporates a 725 V power MOSFET, oscillator, on/off control for high efficiency at light load, a high-voltage switched current source for self-biasing, frequency jittering, fast (cycle-by-cycle) current limit, hysteretic thermal shutdown, and output and input overvoltage protection circuitry.
Additionally, the ICs are suitable for sensor-based devices that need low power, like security cameras and smart devices.
They are available in three packages: PDIP-8C, SMD-8C, and SO-8C for design flexibility.
For more information, please visit www.power.com.