Telecom Shelter

Telecom Shelter is a "small building" that contains telecom equipment away from main switching centers. The building usually can be trucked over the road and connected to local utility. It has attached backup systems to provide an interconnection and or local service.

Telecom Shelters is often powered through various sources which include - AC/DC line supply, battery supply and Diesel generator. To increase the reliability of the telecom shelter, people ofent use Solar energy together battery to power the system if necessary. And wind mill powered shelter is getting popular too. 

Fairchild has the following solutions such Power Management ICs, Power MOSFETs and IGBTs, plus analog and digital gates in the telecom shelter applications. 

Design Advantages

  • Soft-Start Functionality integrated.
  • Lower the total solution cost With integrated 700V internal switch.
  • Ultra-low stand-by power minimizing the converter power loss during idle
  • Extensive portfolio for various AC-DC and DC-DC applications
  • Design circuit simplified with high voltage start-up circuit internal
  • Input Under-Voltage Lockout (UVLO) / Output Over-Voltage Protection (OVP)
  • Thermal Shutdown (TSD) Protection / Short-Circuit Detection
  • Pulse skipping for frequency limiting operation under light load condition
  • PowerTrench® MOSFET technology enables high-power density for high efficiency solutions providing the lowest RDS ON available, improved FOM and lower power dissipation.
  • TinyBuck® POL regulators with integrated PWM controller, driver and MOSFETs optimize performance and energy savings.
  • High-voltage SuperFET® II super-junction MOSFETs provide robust body diode performance for designs requiring high-power density, system efficiency and reliability.
  • Extensive portfolio of board level Analog and Mixed signal ICs that facilitate you design work.
Application NoteDescription
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