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Wireless charging - past, present and future

Wireless charging - past, present and future
  Wireless charging of portable devices does much more than just getting rid of the cables, explains Meng He, executive business manager, Maxim Integrated.
3rd March 2016

Smart approaches for smart energy

Smart approaches for smart energy
  Developments in low power for the Internet of Things (IoT) have led to the emergence of consortia that develop and promote low power protocols for wireless devices. By Josh Mickolio, product manager, RF and wireless, Digi-Key.
3rd March 2016

Spin of electrons could create energy efficient electronic devices

A team of researchers, led by a group at the University of California, Riverside, have demonstrated for the first time the transmission of electrical signals through insulators in a sandwich-like structure, a development that could help create more energy efficient electronic devices. Conventional electronic devices rely on the transport of electrons in a semiconductor such as silicon.
3rd March 2016


DC power supplies for a host of applications

For applications requiring a compact, efficient, high performance programmable DC power supply, there are a wide range of 3kW to 150kW DC power supplies available from Lab-Power. The front panel control features operation with variable voltage and current control which can be set and displayed on the high visibility display. In addition to voltage and current, power and resistance can also be displayed.
2nd March 2016

Gate drivers provide switching for power MOSFETs or IGBTs

Gate drivers provide switching for power MOSFETs or IGBTs
The DGD21xx series of six half-bridge and six high/low-side 600V gate drivers introduced by Diodes Incorporated provides a simple means of switching power MOSFETs and IGBTs in half- and full-bridge configurations. Target applications include driving motors in white goods, industrial automation systems and battery-operated vehicles such as eBikes and drones.
2nd March 2016

Isolated base rectifier modules rated up to 3.6kV

IXYS Corporation has announced that its wholly owned UK subsidiary, IXYS UK Westcode, announces an extension to the voltage range of its pressure contact isolated base dual rectifier diode modules. The module is rated up to 3.6kV and available in three diode configurations.
2nd March 2016

Wall-mount UPS powers for longer

Wall-mount UPS powers for longer
Powersolve's WM Series of uninterruptible power supplies are wall-mount units designed to provide back-up power for long periods. Rated from 800VA/600W to 4000VA/3000W, the WM Series accepts a wide AC input range while providing a pure sine wave output for up to several hours or more.
2nd March 2016

DC-DC step down converter meets noise sensitive situations

DC-DC step down converter meets noise sensitive situations
The Enprion EN362Q1 power system on a chip (PowerSoC) DC-DC step-down converter from Altera is now being shipped by distributor Mouser Electronics. The converter is a high-efficiency, integrated synchronous DC-DC step-down buck converter with an integrated inductor, PWM controller, MOSFETs, and compensation.
1st March 2016

Gate drivers offer industry's highest noise immunity

Gate drivers offer industry's highest noise immunity
Designed for cutting-edge power supply designs and based on Silicon Labs' proven digital isolation technology, Silicon Labs has announced its Si827x ISOdriver family. The family is claimed to provide the highest Common Mode Transient Immunity (CMTI) of any gate driver on the market, making them suited for fast-switching and potentially noisy power supply systems.
1st March 2016

CE+T Power launches enhanced conversion innovation technology

CE+T Power has announced the launch of its Enhanced Conversion Innovation (ECI) technology, the most efficient technology of its kind. ECI provides three high-efficiency energy converters and an energy buffer in a single module to provide polyvalent power conversion for critical systems at up to 96% for AC/AC and 94% for DC/AC and AC/DC efficiency. It also can be used for any power conversion scenario and will also allow for bi-directional use.
1st March 2016


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