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Worldwide battery market expected to be worth $100bn by 2025

Worldwide battery market expected to be worth $100bn by 2025
According to the latest report by Accutronics, the worldwide battery market is expected to reach a value of $100bn by 2025. To help original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) better understand this fast-growing market, professional battery manufacturer Accutronics has released a whitepaper explaining the features of the worldwide, UK, French and German battery market. The whitepaper looks at the growth, composition and future of the worldwide battery market as well as specific features in the UK, France and Germany.
24th May 2017

Wide input DC/DC converters offer 1,500VDC isolation

Wide input DC/DC converters offer 1,500VDC isolation
Two new series of fully isolated DC/DC converters in an ultra-compact DIP-16 package have been announced by XP Power. These converters offer a high power density of up to 50W/in3. With two wide input voltage ranges, they are suitable for any application that requires through-hole mount DC/DC converters compliant with global Information Technology Equipment (ITE) safety approvals IEC60950-1 and UL/cUL60950-1.
24th May 2017

Programmable DC power supply series saves space and weight

Programmable DC power supply series saves space and weight
The first model in a 1U, programmable DC power supply series has been introduced by TDK-Lambda. The Genesys+ 5kW output uses digital signal processing (DSP) to improve efficiency, said the company.
24th May 2017


Discover design techniques at power supply webinar

At the Applied Power Electronics Conference - APEC 2017 - and the Power Conversion and Intelligent Motion conference - PCIM Europe 2017 - visitors saw the strides made by researchers and manufacturers alike. Beyond all the technical papers, podium discussions and roundtables, on the exhibition floors attendees were treated to scores of examples of customer systems that achieve previously unattainable efficiencies and power density levels.
23rd May 2017

40V/3A stepper-motor control IC ensures quieter running

40V/3A stepper-motor control IC ensures quieter running
Toshiba has begun sampling a 40V/3.0A stepper-motor control IC that requires no external current-sense resistors, and hence enables more economical and compact drives in equipment such as printers, office machines, surveillance cameras, banking terminals, banknote identification machines, and home appliances. Further new features increase efficiency, reduce heat generation, and enhance accuracy at high speeds.
23rd May 2017

DC/DC converters designed for heavy duty industrial applications

DC/DC converters designed for heavy duty industrial applications
  ABSOPULSE Electronics has released the HHT 500-FX series of DC/DC converters designed for heavy duty industrial applications that require high DC-input voltage at high operating temperatures.
23rd May 2017

High voltage for next-gen particle accelerator

High voltage for next-gen particle accelerator
The most well-known use of high voltage pulses is in electric fences on farms. However, particle accelerators in large-scale research facilities such as CERN in Geneva also rely on high voltage pulse generators – but these produce pulses with much higher energies and voltages than those used in agricultural fences. Preparatory work is currently underway at CERN for the next large-scale research project from 2025.
23rd May 2017

Mixer offers 23.9dBm IIP3 in 3mm x 2mm package

Mixer offers 23.9dBm IIP3 in 3mm x 2mm package
Analog Devices, which recently acquired Linear Technology, has announced the LTC5553, a double balanced mixer providing best-in-class matched bandwidth capability from 3GHz to 20GHz. The mixer can be used either as an up- or downconverter. In addition, the LTC5553 delivers outstanding linearity of 23.9dBm IIP3 at 14GHz, and 21.5dBm at 17GHz. The device integrates an LO buffer requiring only 0dBm input drive, effectively eliminating an external high power LO amplifier circuit.
23rd May 2017

Data isolation transformers for use in SHDSL applications

Data isolation transformers for use in SHDSL applications
  Wurth Electronics Midcom has announced new data isolation transformers for use in SHDSL applications. These MID-DSLITL transformers are built on a self-shielding EP package, offer longitudinal balance and THD performance. They are designed to meet UL & IEC standards and a dielectric of 1,500VAC.
22nd May 2017

Step-down converters reduce power dissipation by 40%

Step-down converters reduce power dissipation by 40%
In order to achieve long-term system reliability, system architects can now rapidly comply to International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and safety integrated level (SIL) standards with the MAX17572 and MAX17574 Himalaya synchronous step-down DC/DC converters from Maxim Integrated Products. The company claims that these converters provide a 40% reduction in power dissipation and shrink solution size by 50% compared to other solutions.
22nd May 2017


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