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What does a non-isolated power supply look like?(1)


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non-isolated power supply have many advantages and are widely used. Whether it is switching equipment or access equipment, whether it is mobile communication or microwave communication, whether it is optical transmission or router, non-isolated power supply it can play its role. It is very common in this field. What does a suitable power module look like? How to choose?

A modular power supply is a power supply that can be directly mounted on a printed circuit board and can be used for application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), digital signal processors (DSPs), microprocessors, memories, field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and other Digital or analog loads provide power. Typically, such modules are referred to as load (POL) power supply systems or point-of-use power supply systems (PUPS). Due to the obvious advantages of the modular structure, modular power supplies are widely used in switching equipment, access equipment, mobile communications, microwave communications, optical transmission, routers and other communications fields, as well as automotive electronics, aerospace, etc.

One: circuit design principles and techniques

non-isolated power supply The distinction between good circuit principles and bad circuit principles can often only be made from a professional perspective. At this stage, power modules can be roughly divided into two types: bare board and potting. The bare board can be based on intuitive methods, such as the layout of electronic components is reasonable, neat, generous, neat, and the solder joints are bright and straight. For encapsulated modules, it is not possible to see the internal conditions, but since the internal conditions are not exposed, it is much better in terms of safety and performance metrics. The soldering process can include hand soldering and wave soldering. The quality of the wave soldering process of mechanized production is better than that of manual soldering.