Intersil has launched a version of its ISL8200M point-of-load dc-dc power module for defence, harsh environment and avionics applications. The module complies with specifications of the Defence Supply Center (DSCC) VID V62/10608. Also, it provides a switch-mode power supply in a single package with full mil-temp electrical performance from –55°C to 125°C and is built using a tin-lead finish to ensure reliability.
Full traceability is provided through assembly and test by date/trace code assignment, and Intersil provides enhanced process change notification. The ISL8200MM also uses the company’s patented current share architecture to reduce printed circuit board (PCB) layout noise sensitivity when modules are used in parallel.
A thermally efficient 23-lead, 15- by 15-mm quad flat no-lead (QFN) package with large conductive pads on the bottom enables output power levels up to 60 W. Internal high-power components such as power MOSFETs and inductors are soldered directly to the conductive pads, enabling efficient heat transfer from the module to the PCB.