What does POL stand for?
POL stands for Point-Of-Load (DC/DC converter)
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This includes audio-video equipment such as set-top boxes and gaming systems, telecom, computing peripherals, distributed point-of-load conversions and portable applications where light load efficiency is essential.
The recently released high-density power solutions for point-of-load designs are intended to offer greater power concentration and increased performance for customers who are designing for portable electronics, communications and industrial applications.
For optimized design efficiency, n-channel power MOSFETs in Vishay's new PowerPAK ChipFET family are designed for point-of-load, synchronous rectification, and logic-level dc-to-dc conversion applications in low-power computer and fixed telecomm applications where space is at a premium.
The SRFET(TM) family of MOSFETs is targeted for applications such as notebook and desktop PCs, servers, graphics cards, gaming consoles, and for general purpose point-of-load dc/dc converter applications.
PowerWise Controller Drives All Intermediate Bus Architecture Point-of-Load Applications
In addition to Vcore designs, the fast-switching FDS6298 and the low RDS(on) FDS6299S offer benefits as a matched pair that are well suited for high current point-of-load (POL) converters in such applications as high-end communications equipment.
today launched its latest addition to the Typhoon(TM) family of DC/DC converters, the SMT12F, an ultra-compact 12A non- isolated point-of-load DC/DC converter capable of handling exceptionally fast load transients.
has announced a broad new line of DC/DC point-of-load (POL) converters that offer industry-leading efficiencies and power densities.