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Constant power ICs can optimise charging across mobile devices

Constant power ICs can optimise charging across mobile devices
Expanding its InnoSwitch IC family, Power Integrations has added a constant power version of the switching technology which combines primary, secondary and feedback circuits in a single surface-mounted off-line flyback switcher IC.
18th January 2016

Solid-state power controller offers advanced programmability

Solid-state power controller offers advanced programmability
Data Device Corporation (DDC) introduces a 10-Channel, 120A, 115VAC Solid-State Power Controller (SSPC), offering advanced programmability, system health diagnostic and prognostic data and high-power density in a compact and reliable board, certifiable to DO-160, making it suitable for use in mission system and non-flight critical applications onboard manned and unmanned aircraft.
18th January 2016

Power modules lower production costs & increase reliability

Power modules lower production costs & increase reliability
Designed for welding machines, UPS, switch mode power supplies and motor drives, Vishay Intertechnology has introduced a series of 45 to 100A three-phase-bridge power modules in the low-profile MTP PressFit package. Compared to devices incorporating solder contact technology, the VS-40MT160P-P, VS-70MT160P-P and VS-100MT160P-P dramatically lower production costs and increase reliability.
14th January 2016


LDO offers active output discharge for load protection

LDO offers active output discharge for load protection
Linear Technology has introduced a high voltage, low noise, LDO voltage linear regulator offering precision, programmable current limit, active discharge, a power good flag and improved Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR) capability. The LT3066 delivers up to 500mA output current with a 300mV dropout voltage at full load.
14th January 2016

Surface mount transformers sense current up to 20A

Surface mount transformers sense current up to 20A
Designed for load current measurement and control in switching power supplies and overload/short-circuit protection, a series of surface mount current sense transformers have been unveiled by Coilcraft. The CST7030 transformers measure just 5.2 X 7.0mm (with a maximum height of 3.0mm) and sense up to 20A of current at frequencies between 10kHz and 1MHz.
13th January 2016

Evaluation Kit makes it easier to digitalise your power supply

Würth Elektronik and Infineon Technologies are launching the jointly developed "XMC Digital Power Explorer" evaluation kit. This synchronous step-down converter, which can be assembled with two different control cards (XMC1300 - ARM Cortex-M0 MCU and XMC4200 - ARM Cortex-M4F MCU), makes it easier for developers of analog power supplies and embedded software programmers to enter the world of digital power supply.
13th January 2016

DC power jacks combine value for money with ease of selection

DC power jacks combine value for money with ease of selection
Global Connector Technology (GCT) has released a range of value for money surface mount and thru hole DC power jacks in 0.65, 2.00, 2.35 & 2.50mm centre pin diameters. The range spans current ratings from 1.5 to 8.0A and features high current, shielded variations in both straight and right angle orientation.
13th January 2016

Power management seminars

Power management seminars
Power management company Eaton has released full details of its range of continuing professional development (CPD) seminars. Topics ranging from lighting to security, and are all accredited by CPD, RIBA or CIBSE.
12th January 2016

Output voltage detector improves transient performance

Output voltage detector improves transient performance
Employing a patented design to address the need for fast transient performance in primary-side regulation systems, the AP4341S has been introduced by Diodes Incorporated. The output voltage detector offers a high-performance and cost-effective solution for power adapters and chargers used in portable and consumer applications.
12th January 2016

New battery reacts efficiently to extreme temperatures

New battery reacts efficiently to extreme temperatures
Stanford researchers are using spiky nanoparticles of graphene-coated nickel to create a lithium-ion battery that shuts down when it's too hot, then quickly restarts when it cools. The new technology could prevent the kind of fires that have prompted recalls and bans on a wide range of battery-powered devices, from computers to hoverboards.
12th January 2016


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