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250W PFC-input AC/DC power supplies suit extreme environments

250W PFC-input AC/DC power supplies suit extreme environments
The PPF 250-P59X series of fully encapsulated, industrial quality AC/DC power supplies deliver up to 250W output power from a universal 95 - 264VAC Power Factor Corrected (PFC) input. The units provide a single, regulated output of 12, 24, 48, 72, 110 or 125VDC. A DC-input version, which offers a 95-350VDC input range, is also available.
8th February 2016

Digitally programmable DC source provides 3.8kW of regulated power

Digitally programmable DC source provides 3.8kW of regulated power
Astrodyne TDI now offers a digitally programmable AC/DC power supply that provides 3,800W of regulated power and can operate as either a current or voltage source up to 400V or 170A. The modular 3.8kW Mercury-Flex is hot-swappable enabling maximum uptime.
8th February 2016

GCU & EDF Energy collaborate for safer, reliable power supply

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) and EDF Energy are continuing their collaboration to enhance the safety and reliability of high-voltage equipment in power stations, through a new £116,000 research project. Research conducted by GCU since 2011 has changed the way power cables and motors are monitored in EDF Energy’s power stations, providing innovative techniques which enable the identification of cable insulation defects and improvement of its maintenance programme.
8th February 2016


Battery electrodes are derived from pollen

Battery electrodes are derived from pollen
Pollens, the bane of allergy sufferers, could represent a boon for battery makers: Recent research has suggested their potential use as anodes in li-ion batteries. Batteries have two electrodes, called an anode and a cathode. The anodes in most of today's li-ion batteries are made of graphite. Li-ions are contained in a liquid called an electrolyte and these ions are stored in the anode during recharging.
8th February 2016

36V, 800mA linear regulator features an extended SOA

36V, 800mA linear regulator features an extended SOA
Providing key usability, monitoring and protection features, the LT3089 rugged 800mA wide input voltage range linear regulator has been unveiled by Linear Technology. The device has an extended SOA (Safe Operating Area) compared to existing regulators, making it suitable for high input-to-output voltage and high output current applications where older regulators limit the output.
5th February 2016

Battery technology could charge up water desalination

Battery technology could charge up water desalination
The technology that charges batteries for electronic devices could provide fresh water from salty seas, says a new study by University of Illinois engineers. Electricity running through a salt water-filled battery draws the salt ions out of the water. Illinois mechanical science and engineering professor Kyle Smith and graduate student Rylan Dmello published their work in the Journal of the Electrochemical Society.
5th February 2016

Transmitter save power for latest WiFi protocol

Transmitter save power for latest WiFi protocol
Optimised for IoT applications and the IEEE802.11ah WiFi protocol, a low power, digital polar transmitter was presented at ISSCC 2016.
5th February 2016

Microsite focuses on power management technology

Microsite focuses on power management technology
A Power Management Technology site designed to give engineers easy-to-access information on the latest technical advances in power management technologies has been unveiled by Mouser Electronics. As part of Mouser’s growing selection of Applications and Technologies sites, the Power Management Technology site provides a wealth of resource material.
4th February 2016

SiC MOSFETs enable higher efficiency & power density

Wolfspeed, a Cree company, has announced that Gruppo PBM is using its MOSFETs in the HF9 battery charger family to enable higher efficiency and power density at a lower overall system cost.
4th February 2016

Companies to develop tool for longer battery life for smartphones

Graphics researchers at Samsung Electronics UK have teamed up with mobile graphics specialists Codeplay, Think Silicon and TU Berlin to develop a tool for enabling smartphone batteries to last longer while running advanced video games and using the camera.
3rd February 2016


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