The Power module is a power supply that can be directly mounted on a printed circuit board, and is characterized by providing power to a dedicated integrated circuit (ASIC), Digital signal Processor (DSP), microprocessor, memory, Field programmable gate Array (FPGA), and other digital or analog loads.
In general, this type of module is called a load point (POL) power supply system or a use point power supply system (pups). Because of the advantages of modular structure, modular power is widely used in switching equipment, access equipment, mobile communications, microwave communications and optical transmission, routers and other communications fields and automotive electronics, aerospace and so on.
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