Mouser Electronics is now stocking Himalaya uSLIC DC-DC power modules from Maxim Integrated. Offering an ultra-small power source to drive high-voltage industrial and consumer applications, the micro system-level IC (uSLIC) modules provide a wide input voltage range for factory automation, medical and communications devices.

The modules enable smaller, simpler and cooler power supply solutions. Housed in exceptionally small packages, they accept a wide input voltage from 4 to 60V and deliver up to 300mA output current over adjustable output voltages. They integrate a synchronous wide-input Himalaya buck regulator, which includes built-in FETs, compensation and other functions, with a shielded inductor in a minuscule 2.6 x 3 x 1.5mm package. They use a peak-current-mode control architecture and offer a soft-start feature to reduce input inrush current.

Compliant to CISPR 22 (EN 5022) Class B and JEDEC certified, the modules deliver increased energy efficiency, shock and vibration tolerance, high-temperature operation and electromagnetic interference compliance. They boast an ambient operating temperature range of -40 to 125°C and are guarded by hiccup overcurrent and overtemperature protection. Ideal for space-constrained applications in small enclosures, the modules offer a power solution to support industrial sensors, motor encoders, building control, 4 to 20mA current-loop powered sensors and low dropout regulator replacement.

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