Converter Technology

System Level Architecture Design

Most electronic products are complex systems which require a range of different supply voltages, each of which has its own requirements of load current range, transient response and maximum ripple/noise. In addition, some systems also require that during start-up or power down, power rails are sequenced to avoid issues such as processor/FPGA latch-up. With new processor and FPGA technology requiring lower operating voltages and higher supply currents, the demands placed on power conversion circuitry are becoming ever higher. Early consideration of system level power architecture is a crucial step to achieving lowest possible BOM cost.

Consideration of Power Architecture is an Essential First Design Step
Typical Telecoms Isolated System Level Power Architecture

By keeping our knowledge up to date with the latest developments in power devices and technologies, we will help choose the most suitable power architecture for your system requirements.