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Charging made easy

Getting power to the growing number of battery-powered products, such as portable medical devices, industrial sensors and even rotating or moving equipment that need to operate in sterile or even potentially explosive atmospheres. By Tony Armstrong, Director of Product Marketing, Power Products, Linear Technology.
4th July 2014

Flexible DC/DC converter targets hybrid power architectures

Flexible DC/DC converter targets hybrid power architectures
A DC/DC converter, claimed to be flexible, has been launched by GE. The SHHN000A3CL features an input voltage range of 9-36VDC and a bipolar dual output, an output voltage at 15 and -15VDC, 9W output power and a 0.3A output current. The converter can be used as a traditional DC/DC module, powering applications such as insulated-gate bipolar transistors and other semiconductor device drive circuits, or in hybrid power architectures and industrial markets.
3rd July 2014

Power coils' pot core shape reduces outward radiation

Power coils' pot core shape reduces outward radiation
Three transmitter coils and one receiver coil has been added to Würth Elektronik's Wireless Power Coil program. The ferrite pot core shape has major advantages, including, tightly bundling the magnetic field, increasing the possible coil distance and reducing outward radiation. The round shape also significantly reduces the mounting space required. The round transmitter coils 760 308 100 110 (A10) and 760 308 100 111 (A11) comply with the Qi standard of the WPC.
2nd July 2014


MOSFETs handle extreme temperature operation

MOSFETs handle extreme temperature operation
Designed for high-reliability, extreme temperature and extended lifetime applications, X-REL Semiconductor has announced four mid-power P-channel and two small-signal P- and N-channel MOSFETs. With excellent switching and linear characteristics, and very low leakage current, the transistors are suited for power conversion, power management, level translation and sensor interface applications.
2nd July 2014

Circuit breaker for DC power grids investigated

Circuit breaker for DC power grids investigated
There are many advantages to using direct current rather than the alternating current used today. For example, when using direct current there are 5-7% less losses in power grids and electric devices. Direct current also makes it possible to more efficiently feed electric energy from regenerative sources into power grids and energy storage and therefore it improves grid stability.  
1st July 2014

High capacity, dual charging power bank launched

High capacity, dual charging power bank launched
ADATA Technology has launched the PV110, a high capacity, dual charigng power bank. The power bank features a capacity of 10400mAh, a dual USB 3.1A output and a minimalistic design with an aluminium finish and colour options. These features make the power bank suited for smartphone and tablet users.
1st July 2014

Converters meet design needs of satellite power systems

Converters meet design needs of satellite power systems
International Rectifier has introduced the D Series of low power radiation-tolerant two output DC-DC converters developed to meet the high reliability design needs of satellite power systems. The new D28xxD and D50xxxxP D Series of DC-DC converters offer extremely low output noise, guaranteed End-of-Life (EOL) output voltage drift with excellent output cross regulation. Each converter output is independently regulated with 5W maximum rated output power or 10W total output power. 
1st July 2014

DC/DC converter targets high density applications

DC/DC converter targets high density applications
Designed for high density applications with restricted space, the AVD85 family of 85W, 1/16th brick DC/DC converters have been unveiled by Artesyn Embedded Technologies. The high efficiency, fully regulated devices provide excellent thermal performance, high power density of 72.5W/in2 and a peak efficiency of 92%.
1st July 2014

Transformers offer high performance in compact package

Transformers offer high performance in compact package
Standex-Meder Electronics announces the SX41 Series of planar transformers for 500W-2KW applications. Available in standard or custom designs, the SX41 delivers high performance for power conversion applications in the welding, automotive, telecommunications, renewable energy, and aerospace industries.
1st July 2014

Controller manages demands of graphic cards

Controller manages demands of graphic cards
Diodes Incorporated has released a dual-phase synchronous rectified buck controller, optimised for use in high-performance GPU and CPU core power supplies.  Providing PWM video-identification dynamic-output voltage control, the AP3598A assures the fast, high-current response demanded by the inherently large variations in output loading.
1st July 2014


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