CUI Demonstrates New Digital Power System Interface at APEC 2013

19th March 2013
Source: CUI Inc
Posted By : ES Admin
CUI Demonstrates New Digital Power System Interface at APEC 2013
CUI today announced that as part of its presence at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC), the company will demonstrate a new graphical user interface for its digital power modules named Novum ACE.
Providing a system-level approach to power management, the Novum ACE platform enables the user to configure and control all Novum Advanced Power products while monitoring the operation of the entire power system.

Novum ACE was developed on a single click, one entry concept that would support all products within the Novum Advanced Power portfolio. The interface allows designers to easily and quickly configure several parameters, including power sequencing, margining, current sharing, fault limits, and output voltage. Users are also able to monitor, in real time, multiple data points including output current, input voltage, internal module temperature, and a range of module and system faults.

“Our aim in designing the Novum ACE software platform was to take an intuitive, system-level approach to digital power management,” explained CUI Inc’s Senior Vice President, Mark Adams. “Digital power has long been stigmatized as being too complex for many organizations to implement. Novum ACE takes much of the complexity out of the system thanks to its simple one-click design,” concluded Adams.

You must be logged in to comment

Write a comment

No comments




Sign up to view our publications

Sign up

Sign up to view our downloads

Sign up

Startups Magazine Launch Party: Financing a Startup
24th July 2018
United Kingdom WeWork Waterhouse Square, London
European Microwave Week 2018
23rd September 2018
Spain Ifema Feria De Madrid
IoT Solutions World Congress 2018
16th October 2018
Spain Barcelona
Engineering Design Show 2018
17th October 2018
United Kingdom Ricoh Arena, Coventry
Maintec 2018
6th November 2018
United Kingdom NEC, Birmingham