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November 24th, 2014

Compact wired AC/DC modules with low standby power

Compact wired AC/DC modules with low standby power

RECOM expands its low-power AC/DC RAC series with the introduction of two new wired versions: the RAC03-C/W and RAC04-C/W. These wired modules open RECOM’s product range to off-board applications while at the same time continuing to meet market demand for efficient power supplies in the low-wattage range. The compact RAC03-C/W and RAC04-C/W universal input power…

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September 4th, 2014

New Switching Regulator Goes Wired

New Switching Regulator Goes Wired

The latest product from RECOM supplements the immensely popular R-78 switching regulator family. DENGROVE is pleased to introduce the new R-78W. This wired version of the R-78 is mainly intended for use in applications which utilize few or no printed circuit boards. For example in LED lighting solutions, a constant voltage for a fan can…

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June 26th, 2014

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Dengrove have replacements for the now obsolete TI Power Trends switching regulators

Following the announcement that production of the Power Trends switching regulators (PT78ST100, 78SR100, etc.) has ceased, RECOM has developed a new SMD Switching Regulator Series as a substitute. Whilst many of RECOM’s switching regulators are drop-in replacements for the through-hole packages, there were no drop-in replacements for the SMD packages. Identifying a gap in the…

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May 13th, 2014

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DENGROVE at ES LIVE on 15th May 2014

DENGROVE will be exhibiting at ES LIVE on 15th May at the home of the MK Dons -StadiumMK, Milton Keynes. We will have engineering representatives from our franchises RECOM and Taiyo Yuden so please come along and say Hello To register for the event please click here

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April 23rd, 2014

R-78C vs Linear

Highly efficient switching regulators save energy, space and cost

Free sample available from DENGROVE Linear regulators, although widley used, have a major disadvantage; inefficiency. Once input voltage rises above the drop-out threshold a linear regulators efficiency will continue to drop. Linear regulators waste energy as heat. The losses are related to the current and the voltage dropped across the regulator. Larger the voltage drop,…

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