TUALATIN, USA: Waytronx Inc., a platform company dedicated to the acquisition, development, and commercialization of new, innovative technologies along with its wholly owned subsidiaries, CUI, Inc, a provider of electromechanical components and CUI-Japan, its Japanese subsidiary, and Comex Electronics, a partially owned (49 percent) Japanese subsidiary, announced that CUI is now a member of the Distributed-power Open Standards Alliance (DOSA).
DOSA is a global association dedicated to furthering compatibility and standardization in the DC-DC board mounted power conversion market. Current members include founding members Lineage Power and SynQor as well as AcBel, Bel Power, Delta Electronics, Emerson Network Power, Ericsson Power Modules, FDK, Murata Power Solutions, NetPower Technologies, Power-One, TDK-Lambda and Wall Industries.
As a technology company dedicated to the development, commercialization, manufacture, and distribution of innovative electronic components, acceptance into DOSA serves to highlight CUI’s commitment in providing competitive power products to a global market. CUI’s power line, V-Infinity, encompasses board level dc-dc converters, embedded ac-dc power supplies, and external ac-dc power adapters that range from 0.25 to 2400 watts with a focus on the networking, medical, consumer, and industrial markets.
“We thrive on being flexible in the power industry, striving to create long term, collaborative relationships with our customers,” said Matt McKenzie, President CUI Inc. “As a member of DOSA, we can leverage our growing global reach to promote DC-DC power conversion platform standardization utilizing our advanced technology for the benefit of our customers and members of the alliance.”
DOSA was founded in 2004, by Lineage Power and SynQor, to develop standards for DC-DC converters to ensure compatibility and facilitate second sourcing for customers. DOSA carries the mission of establishing standards over a broad range of power converter form factors, footprints, feature sets and functionality for both non-isolated point-of-load (POL) and isolated applications.