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          Factorized Power Architecture
          Achieving high density and efficiency in board-mounted power The Ideal PoL Example Applications

          Layout crowding is a challenge when using a conventional, space-constrained approach

          Density

          Size of power converter prevents it from being placed close to load

          High current

          High output current causes large line (I2R) losses

          Caps

          Large bulk-electrolytic caps crowds space near the load

          Noise

          Switcher close to load causes noise

          Traditional power system architecture

          The ideal point-of-load power system

          Vicor Factorized Power Architecture

          Advantages of factorized power architecture

          Efficiency

          Minimizes wasted energy

          Low EMI

          Low EMI

          Adjustable

          Adjusts for any load

          Scaleable

          Scales for power demands

          High density

          High density

          Flexible

          Component position flexibility

          Fast transient response

          Fast transient response

          Modular

          Easy, modular design

          Modular component design allows for almost unlimited customization and optimization in many different applications

          Simplified sensing

          The PRM uses the factorized bus current to regulate the voltage on the secondary of the VTM and provides 1% regulation at the PoL without voltage sense lines.

          Simplified sensing power chain

          Multiple outputs from a single regulator

          One regulator can drive multiple transformation stages (VTM) to provide different PoL voltages.

          Multiple outputs from a single regulator power chain

          Bulk capacitance elimination

          With its low output impedance, smaller ceramic capacitors (up to 1000x less capacitance) may be used at the VTM input in place of PoL bulk capacitors.

          Bulk capacitance elimination power chain

          Bi-directional transformation

          Select VTMs operate with source power applied to input or output terminals to support bi-directional applications.
           

          Bidirectional transformation power chain

          Next generation MCD and MCM

          Enables Power-on-Package technology and on motherboard for high current XPUs.

          MCM and MCM power chain

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