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DESIGN & PRODUCTS High density 330W AC/DC power supply Single chip FPGA 100G muxponder for optical achieves up to 90% efficiency transport networks N2Power has released the XL330-54, a new 330W AC/DC Altera has demonstrated a single-chip, multi-rate OTN (opti- power supply that combines high power density with high cal transport network) muxponder solution for 100G network efficiency. The 34.3mm high, open-frame XL330-54 has a aggregation. Using the 28nm Stratix V FPGA, the multi-rate 76x135mm footprint, offering a space muxponder saving of 32% compared to typical solution 1U units of similar rating, most of provides which have a 102x152mm footprint. a proven Its maximum full-load efficiency of single-chip 90%, achieved through synchronous solution that rectification, Or-ing MOSFETs and a expands the unique active PFC design, means that capabili- the XL330-54 generates 23% less heat than most comparable ties of current networks by enabling developers to integrate power supplies, minimizing cooling requirements and increasing emerging client types into their networks, such as 16G Fibre system reliability, claims the manufacturer. The XL330-54 has Channel. The proliferation of 10G ports and the acceleration two primary outputs: 54V/6.1A and 12V/9A, plus a 12V/1A aux- of networks from 40G towards 100G is driving operators to iliary output. The 54V output is 2250VDC isolated from the other look for ways to minimize operational complexity by aggre- outputs making it Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) compatible. The gating both legacy clients as well as 10G and 40G feeder design allows active current sharing on the 54V output for up to networks into 100G for high-capacity transport. Altera’s four power supplies to be operated in parallel. N+1 operation multi-rate muxponder solution addresses both data center can also be configured. Other features of the power supplies in- and transport aggregation by flexibly supporting emerging clude universal AC input (90-264VAC) and active inrush current clients, such as 16G Fibre Channel and 40G Ethernet along protection of 10.5A at 240VAC, which does not change during with various 10G clients. A flexible FPGA-based implementa- operation. The XL330-54 CS is RoHS compliant and meets all tion allows network developers to reduce development risks, major international safety and EMC requirements. create differentiation and future-proof their designs. The N2Power demonstration transmits multiple client interfaces through www.n2power.com a Stratix V FPGA to a 100G CFP optical module on the line side. Each individual client will be independently mapped to Automotive LED generates virtually constant an ODUk/ODUflex container. These lower order ODUk/ODUflex containers will then be light output even at high temperatures GMP mapped according to G.709 to the higher order ODU4 Equipped with state-of-the-art packaging technology and for transmit to the line side. Altera’s multi-rate OTN mux- a ceramic converter, the Oslon Black Flat LED is the latest ponder IP solution is a fully integrated digital core provid- addition by Osram Opto Semiconductors to its Oslon Black ing client adaptation with FEC (forward error correction), series. The LEDs have ODUTG4 multiplexing of up to 100G of client traffic, OTU4 been designed to perform mapping and framing and line-side FEC. The client interface various functions as low is supported by high-performance 14.1-Gbps transceiv- beam, cornering lights and ers for direct connection to SFP+, XFP, and QSFP optical fog lights as well as the modules, up to 12 ports operating at 10 Gbps and up to two main beam. The new LED ports operating at 40 Gbps that are both dynamically and contains a UX:3 chip that independently reconfigurable. The line interface is supported delivers high light output by both 14.1-Gbps and 28-Gbps transceivers for direct com- even at high currents. munication to a CFP or CFP2 optical module. With a power draw of 2.3 W and an operating current of 700 Altera mA, the Oslon Black Flat achieves a typical luminous flux www.altera.com of 200 lm (at 25°C). If operated at 1.2 A it can achieve up to 270 lumens – despite an operating temperature of 100°C in the chip. Properties such as higher thermal stability of the USB 3.0 CMOSIS-sensor based cameras luminous flux eeven under “hot” application conditions and to a new temperature-optimized packaging process facilitate Lumenera has paired CMOSIS sensors with a USB 3.0 in- thermal management. The typical thermal resistance has terface to deliver six distinct colour, monochrome and NIR been reduced to 4 K/W. The thermal coefficient of expansion enhanced cameras based on the CMOSIS CMV4000 (Lt425) of the black QFN package (Quad Flat No Leads) of the Oslon and CMV2000 (Lt225) megapixel Black Flat LED is matched to the coefficient of expansion sensors. Product highlights include of the metal core board. The LED is extremely durable, with a robust, sleek enclosure, compact more than 100,000 hours at 700 mA and a chip temperature design for integration, as well as in- of 60°C. The Oslon Black has been designed to function dustrial and scientific models. Built without a lens; its light can be injected very close to light in FPGA-based image processing guides or lenses for innovative lighting designs. ensures the highest image quality Osram Opto Semiconductors without having to compromise on performance. www.osram-os.com Lumenera www.lumenera.com 50 Electronic Engineering Times Europe October 2012 www.electronics-eetimes.com


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