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CUI Inc. 2013 q2 Newsletter
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CUI Inc Rolls-Out Improved Parametric Search Tool

Parametric Search

CUI has launched an upgraded version of our popular parametric search tool for the Power and Components groups, making it even easier to quickly search for products based on your most critical specifications.

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NDM2Z Series Named Finalist of UBM Tech’s EE Times and EDN ACE Awards

Novum awards

CUI’s NDM2Z series digital point-of-load (POL) modules were selected as a finalist for UBM Tech’s EE Times and EDN Annual Creativity in Electronics (ACE) Awards in the Ultimate Products - Power category. This is the fourth industry recognition that CUI’s Novum® Advanced Power group has received in the past six months.

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Advanced Intermediate Bus Dc-Dc Converters

NEB-D Series

NEB-N Series

NQB-D Series

NQB-N Series

CUI’s family of fully-regulated intermediate bus converters with optional digital PMBus interface incorporate a 32-bit ARM-based microcontroller with power-optimizing firmware designed to maximize and flatten the efficiency curve, providing peak performance across a much wider range of loading conditions.


- 264~468 W models

- Industry standard 5-pin package with optional digital interface

- Energy-optimizing firmware

- Programmable output voltage

- +/-2% output voltage tolerance band over entire input voltage range

- Fully regulated across entire input voltage range


Rugged 1 W Isolated Dc-Dc Converters

PDS1-S SIP Series

PDS1-D DIP Series

PDS1-M SMT Series

CUI's new 1 W unregulated dc-dc converter family is designed to offer improved efficiency, higher isolation, and superior thermal performance. Available in compact SIP, DIP, or SMT packages and featuring an ultra-wide -40 to +105°C operating temperature range, the series is ideal for precise conversion and isolation of DC rails within a range of industrial, telecom, security, and machine control applications.


- Industry standard SIP, DIP, and SMT packages

- -40~105˚C operating temperature range

- 8 kV antistatic protection

- High efficiency at light loads and no load

- Continuous short circuit protection


Baseplate Cooled Ac-Dc Power Supplies

VBM-360 Series

VBM-360-CNF Series

The new VBM-360 series is a high density ac-dc power supply that features baseplate cooling for applications where forced-air cooling is not preferred. Available in open frame and metal enclosed configurations, this series packs 355 W into an industry standard 3" x 5" package, making it ideal for applications where space is limited and energy efficiency is a high priority.


- 355 W series

- Efficiency up to 93.5%

- Industry standard 3" x 5" footprint

- Active power factor correction

- UL/cUL, TUV safety certifications

Videos from APEC 2013

CUI exhibited and presented at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) held on March 17-21, 2013 in Long Beach, California. CUI's booth featured demonstrations of their line of award winning Novum® Advanced Power modules working in conjunction with the new NovumACE™ graphical user interface. Watch CUI's Novum team discuss the latest product developments in detail with Electronic Design's, Don Tuite.

Watch Now:

- Advanced Intermediate Bus Converters

- Digital Point-of-Load Modules

- No-Bus Digital Point of Load Modules


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New Power Quick Guide

Download the latest version of our digital catalog highlighting our Power product line that ranges from 0.25 ~ 800 W.


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Easing the Conversion to Digital Power

In this article, CUI's Novum Technical Marketing Manager, Bruce Rose, discusses CUI's efforts to make the transition to digital power easier.

CUI tumbler and pen tool

Win a CUI Pen Tool & Coffee Tumbler!

CUI’s VSK series ac-dc power supplies range from 1 W to 25 W and are housed in a rugged encapsulated package. What is their operating temperature range? Submit your answer to; five winners will be selected on May 14, 2013.

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