Crane Aerospace & Electronics Power Solutions
maximum Flexible power (mFp) single output point of load
tecHnical preview: mFp0507s, 3 to 6 vDc in, 7 amp, Dc/Dc converter
maximUm Flexible power (mFp) in a single 7 amp point oF loaD.
a Use-anywHere power solUtion For Digital anD non-Digital systems.
no external components required
Operating temperature -70° to +150°C
Cold start at -90°C
Up to 92% efficiency, flat down to 30% load
Qualified up to MIL-PRF-38534 Class K
Radiation hardness assurance (RHA) up to
level F, 300 kRad(Si) TID, available on request
Input voltage range 3.0 to 6.0 VDC
Input transient survivability to 15 V
for up to 1 sec.
Inhibit and sync functions
Current sharing pin for parallel operation
Five pin-selectable, preset voltages:
The MFP Series™ of DC/DC converters do not require any
external components to achieve all specified performance
levels. They are a high-reliability, high-efficiency point of load
converter for use with a 3.3 VDC input bus or a 5 VDC input
bus. The MFP0507S model has the flexibility to be set for
any output voltage from 0.64 VDC to 3.5 VDC. The converter
operates from an input of 3.0 to 6.0 V
with an undervoltage
shutdown at 2.75 V, an overvoltage shutdown of 8.5 V and up
to a 15 V transient for up to 1 second.
The non-isolated, feature-rich MFP uses a Buck converter
design with synchronous rectification. The design allows the
unit to operate synchronously to no output load, ensuring
high efficiency at the lightest loads without switching off the
synchronous devices. Important features include a solid state
switch, inrush current limiting, synchronization with an external
system clock and the ability to current share allowing multiple
devices to supply a common load.
The MFP includes an internal house keeping supply that is
active at inputs as low as 2 VDC and provides a boosted and
regulated voltage supply for internal use. This internal supply
is one of the reasons that this product can provide full power
at very high efficiency at input voltages as low as 3 VDC. No
external power source or external bias is required.
The MFP converters are designed for the large, fast transient
load currents typical to digital loads. See Figure 4 for a
typical connection diagram. The MFP Series is intended to be
powered by a fully regulated power source.
- 0.64, 0.8, 1.6, 2.5 and 3.3
- Output voltage continuously adjustable
from 0.64 to 3.5 V with resistors
Indefinite output short circuit protection
Adjustable start-up sequencing
Remote sense and voltage margining
Internal solid state power switch provides many benefits
including inrush current limiting
History oF proven perFormance
Interpoint, a Crane Co. Company, was issued its first standard
microcircuit drawing (SMD) for a Class H hybrid in 1992. Our first
Class K hybrid SMD was issued in 1997 and we were one of the
first companies to certify manufacturing to Class K. Our Redmond
site has a DSCC approved Radiation Hardness Assurance (RHA)
plan. Our products are on DSCC SMDs with RHA “P”, “R,” or “F”
code for 30, 100 and 300 kRad(Si), respectively.
Interpoint converters may use one or more of the following US
patents 5,521,807, 5,694,303 and 5,631,822.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics
Electronics Group (Interpoint Brand)
PO Box 97005 • Redmond WA 98073-9705
425.882.3100 • firstname.lastname@example.org
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MFP0507S Technical Preview Rev D - 2010.11.18
Technical Preview: Contains preliminary information
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