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94% efficient offline flyback switcher IC family - issue 5/2017
Power Integrations announced its Innoswitch3 family of offline CV/CC flyback switcher ICs. The new devices achieve up to 94% efficiency across line and load conditions...
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Linear voltage regulators operate at automotive temperatures
Designed for high reliability, high temperature applications, the CMT-Antares is Cissoid's latest regulator.
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Power Electronics Europe Issue Archive
 
March 1, 2010
Steadily but surely automotive manufacturers are loking to design out the engine driven auxilliary loads such as fuel, water, brake and power steering pumps with electric driven ones... ... Read more
 
December 10, 2009
Power Semiconductor modules are offering IGBT modules with ever greater power densities. The limit is represented by the maximum power loss that can be dissipated ... Read more
 
October 16, 2009
In 2005, Siemens Drive Technologies introduced the first large inverter using shunts for phase current measuring and brought it into series production. It wasn’t until recently that the power output was extended to 132kW with the new SINAMICS G120 ... Read more
 
September 4, 2009
SiC has proven to be a good candidate as a material for next generation power semiconductors. To analyse the advantages of SiC based power devices over their silicon counterparts, a high volume and standard application segment such as the 400 to ... Read more
 
July 3, 2009
With the increased power levels of modern wind turbines, medium voltage generation and power conditioning have become a viable solution for this traditionally low voltage application. The continuous development of Bipolar and BiMOS products enables ... Read more
 
April 27, 2009
High-power applications such as automotive, wind, solar and standard industrial drives require power modules which fulfil the demand for high reliability, thermal and electrical ruggedness. These demands are met by deploying state-of-the-art ... Read more
 
March 30, 2009
A new generation of silicon carbide Schottky diodes in 600 and 1200V blocking voltage class has recently been introduced by Infineon Technologies. A reduction of device capacitances and improved thermal coupling chip to package extend diode ... Read more
 
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