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"Industry Standard" footprints for DC-DC converters

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Gary Peek, Sep 14, 2007.

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  1. Gary Peek

    Gary Peek Guest

    Can anyone point me to information about "industry standard"
    footprints for DC-DC converters? You know, eigth-brick, quarter-brick,
    etc. Datasheets have component specific information, but I am
    looking for the most common footprints for single output medium
    power devices so I can design some PCB's that fit a wide variety
    of devices.
     
  2. Gary Tait

    Gary Tait Guest

    I have seen them in the factor of a 28 pin DP, about 6-10MM thick, either
    moolded or open. That was on network adapters and a serial port board
    (before advent of the MAX232).
     
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