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Infineon’s CIPOS IPMs offer higher efficiency to low-power motor drives

In order to comply with specific minimum energy efficiency requirements, energy losses have to be reduced by using the latest technology. Infineon Technologies now offers the IM512 and IM513 series of the CIPOS Mini family, the first high efficient IPMs (intelligent power modul...

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PULS 240W and 480W DIN-rail supplies offer internal decoupling and hot-swap connections

PULS Power announced the availability of two new high quality Din Rail Power Supplies featuring an integrated high efficiency MOSFET based decoupling function facilitating N+1 redundant operation without an external decoupling unit or use of inefficient “OR-ing” diodes. The ...

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Tom Lawson of CogniPower explains the importance of predictive energy balancing

In this video Tom Lawson, Founder and President of CogniPower talks to Alix Paultre about the importance of predictive energy balancing in advanced power systems. He explains their live demo using an audio signal to demonstrate the agility of the power system to track a dynamic s...

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Video – TI explains their latest GaN-based AC-DC solution at APEC

In this video Texas Instruments explains their latest GaN-based AC-DC solution at APEC 2018 in San Antonio, Texas. Their UCC28780 Adaptive Zero Voltage Switching Active-Clamp Flyback Controller enables high-density AC-to-DC power supplies that comply with stringent global efficie...

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The DC-DC Boost Converter – Power Supply Design Tutorial Section 5-1

The boost is the second most common non-isolated typology, in terms of units sold and functioning, and a lot of that is thanks to LED drivers, especially mobile devices. The boost is a logical next step to analyze after the buck, and it's the second of the three most basic DC to ...

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