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PWM type DC/DC converter IC Included 650V MOSFET - BM2P093F

The PWM type DC/DC converter (BM2PXX3F) for AC/DC provide an optimum system for all products that include an electrical outlet.BM2PXX3F supports both isolated and non-isolated devices, enabling simpler design of various types of low-power electrical converters.BM2PXX3F built in a HV starter circuit that tolerates 650V, it contributes to low-power consumption.With current detection resistors as external devices, a higher degree of design freedom is achieved. Since current mode control is utilized, current is restricted in each cycle and excellent performance is demonstrated in bandwidth and transient response.The switching frequency is 65 kHz. At light load, the switching frequency is reduced and high efficiency is achieved.A frequency hopping function is also on chip, which contributes to low EMI.We can design easily, because BM2PXX3F includes the switching MOSFET.

* This product is a STANDARD grade product and not recommend for on-vehicle devices.
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BM2P093F-GE2 Active SOP8 2500 2500 Taping Yes
 
Specifications:
FET Integrated
Controller Type PWM
Vin1(Min.)[V] 8.9
Vin1(Max.)[V] 26.0
Start Circuit [V] 650.0
SW frequency(Max.)[KHz] 65.0
Vcc OVP Latch
BR PIN -
On Resistor (MOSFET)[Ω] 8.5
Channel 1
Light Load mode No
EN No
Operating Temperature (Min.)[°C] -40
Operating Temperature (Max.)[°C] 105
Features:
  • ・ PWM frequency : 65kHz
    ・ PWM current mode method
    ・ Burst operation when load is light
    ・ Frequency reduction function
    ・ Built-in 650V start circuit
    ・ Built-in 650V switching MOSFET
    ・ VCC pin under voltage protection
    ・ VCC pin overvoltage protection
    ・ SOURCE pin Open protection
    ・ SOURCE pin Short protection
    ・ SOURCE pin Leading-Edge-Blanking function
    ・ Per-cycle over current protection circuit
    ・ Soft start
    ・ Secondary Over current protection circuit
 
 
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