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Power management market will reach $61.33bn by 2024

Power management market will reach $61.33bn by 2024
In the report 'Power Management IC Market By Type (Voltage Regulators, Battery Management ICs, Motor Control ICs and Integrated ASSP (application-specific standard product), By Industry Verticals (Electronics, Automotive, Telecommunications and Others (Defence and aerospace, railway and healthcare) Industry trends, Estimation & Forecast, 2016 - 2024', the global Power Management IC (PMIC) market was valued at $40.21bn in 2016, and is projected to reach $61.3bn by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 6.4% from 2017 to 2023.
21st September 2017

Rectifiers save space, improve thermal performance

A family of surface-mount TMBS Trench MOS Barrier Schottky rectifiers in the eSMP series SlimDPAK (TO-252AE) package have been released by Vishay Intertechnology. Offering lower profiles and better thermal performance than devices in the DPAK (TO-252AA), the Vishay General Semiconductor rectifiers feature reverse voltages from 45V to 150V, low forward voltage drop, and industry-high current ratings.
20th September 2017

IC increases software power-measurement accuracy

IC increases software power-measurement accuracy
The immediate availability of a precision power- and energy-monitoring chip has just been announced by Microchip. The PAC1934 works in conjunction with a Microchip software driver that is fully compatible with the Energy Estimation Engine (E3) built into the Windows 10 operating system to provide 99% accuracy on all battery-powered Windows 10 devices. 
20th September 2017


DC/DC converter designed for railway and transportation

DC/DC converter designed for railway and transportation
TRACO POWER has announced the release of their THN 15WIR family of ruggedised DC/DC converters designed for harsh environments in a miniature 1x1x0.40” footprint. The converters offer increased resistance against electromagnetic interference, shock/vibration and thermal shock with EN 50155 and EN 61373 compliance making them suitable for railway, transportation and harsh industrial environments.
20th September 2017

Power saving needed to meet bandwidth demands

Power saving needed to meet bandwidth demands
  Tony Lefebvre, VP of Product Management and Marketing at optical transceiver specialist, ProLabs, here addressed why monitoring power consumption is integral to manage data centre environments.
20th September 2017

DC/DC buck converter features innovative control topology

DC/DC buck converter features innovative control topology
Texas Instruments has introduced the 16V input, 40A synchronous DC/DC buck converter with an internally compensated Advanced-Current-Mode (ACM) control topology supporting frequency synchronisation. TI’s TPS543C20 SWIFT converter provides enhanced efficiency by integrating its latest generation of low resistance high and low side MOSFETs into a thermally efficient small-footprint package.
20th September 2017

A 94% efficient offline flyback switcher IC

A 94% efficient offline flyback switcher IC
Power Integrations has announced the release of its InnoSwitch3 family of offline CV/CC flyback switcher ICs. The new devices achieve up to 94% efficiency across line and load conditions, slashing power supply losses by a further 25% and enabling the development of compact power supplies up to 65W without heatsinks.
19th September 2017

RF transistor's 65V LDMOS technology speeds power design

RF transistor's 65V LDMOS technology speeds power design
Availability and full design support capabilities for a new 65V, wideband RF power LDMOS transistor from NXP Semiconductors has been announced by Richardson RFPD. The MRFX1K80H is the first product in NXP's MRFX series. It is designed to deliver 1800W CW at 65V for applications from 1.8 to 400MHz and is capable of handling 65:1 VSWR.
17th September 2017

Can electrical installations cope with smart home demands?

Can electrical installations cope with smart home demands?
In the last two decades electronic devices have seen a fundamental change, and so has user behaviour. Now people have more devices than ever before and they often run off the same circuit. From standard home appliances, laptops, gaming consoles, to lighting, the load on household cables is becoming increasingly higher. Thomas Kruse, Product Manager at reichelt tells us more...  
15th September 2017

Let's go back to basics with choosing the perfect regulator

Let's go back to basics with choosing the perfect regulator
Two main functions are provided in voltage regulators: changing the input voltage to a different level at the output and regulation (maintaining a constant output voltage despite changing load conditions). DC/DC Regulators are a key component in any power system, and so choosing the correct regulator is critical if an optimum solution is to be developed.
14th September 2017


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