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Power GaN: Who is part of the playground?

Power GaN: Who is part of the playground?
Eight years have passed since the first commercialised power GaN device. People in the power electronics industry are becoming increasingly familiar with the names of startups that are actively promoting GaN technology. Efficient Power Conversion (EPC), GaN Systems, Transphorm or Navitas, in addition to the power electronics leaders, are also highly involved in the development of GaN technology. 
11th February 2019

Microcontroller balancing act demands a new process

Microcontroller balancing act demands a new process
  A new semiconductor process combines lower leakage with low standby current modes, writes Graeme Clark, Renesas Electronics Europe
9th February 2019

Will you be damned by Eudamed?

Will you be damned by Eudamed?
  A more rigorous approach to the Medical Device Directive could be a burden rather than a revitalising tonic, suggests Steve Roberts, CTO, Recom
9th February 2019


SiC MOSFETs respond to need for fast charge

SiC MOSFETs respond to need for fast charge
  Understanding the structure of SiC MOSFETs helps engineers develop appropriate systems, say Levi Gant, Littelfuse and Sujit Banerjee, Monolith Semiconductor
9th February 2019

How to asses power supply reliability

How to asses power supply reliability
  Cutting through the acronyms - Gresham Power Electronics explains how to identify a reliable power supply.
9th February 2019

Do power systems make the grade for autonomous vehicles?

Do power systems make the grade for autonomous vehicles?
  Voltage and current levels will change, but the requirements for low EMI/EMC emissions will not, argues Tony Armstrong, Analog Devices.
9th February 2019

250W conduction-cooled PSU in miniature 3x5in package

250W conduction-cooled PSU in miniature 3x5in package
  Fidus Power now has available a series of miniature, 3x5in PSUs that can deliver 250W when conduction-cooled or 550W fan-cooled and are approved for industrial and medical use.
8th February 2019

Powerful quad core processor for IoT applications

Powerful quad core processor for IoT applications
Global provider of IoT/Embedded Computing Technology (ECT), Kontron has announced the new Qseven-Q7AMX8X module. It is characterised by its low power consumption and, thanks to the powerful NXP i.MX8X processor in dual-core and quad-core configuration respectively, it is ideally suited as a basis for networked terminals in industrial applications.
8th February 2019

Energy storage for uninterruptible power supply

Energy storage for uninterruptible power supply
The modular UPS system UPSI from Bicker Elektronik reportedly ensures the uninterruptible 12/24/48V DC power supply and thus the fail-safe availability of process-relevant systems and components in industrial and medical applications. The UPSI system provides effective protection against power outages, flicker, fluctuations or voltage drops and eliminates costly downtime. 
8th February 2019

Intelligent PDUs with RCM Type B patented self-test function

Intelligent PDUs with RCM Type B patented self-test function
  Raritan has announced a new range of Residual Current Monitoring (RCM Type B) options for intelligent PDUs. These new RCM modules include a patented self-test functionality designed to avoid the need for manual RCM testing by electricians in the data centre, causing potential down-time of the equipment.
7th February 2019


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