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New ChiP BCM for HVDC: More Power, Higher Input Voltage

New ChiP BCM for HVDC: More Power, Higher Input Voltage

We have just announced a new BCM designed for HVDC applications. The new device follows the announcement of the first BCM to use the ChiP platform a couple of months ago, and offers improved performance and increased functionality. The new device is optimized for up to 400 V DC nominal input voltage (260 to 410 V), supporting systems that use a 400 V HVDC bus, as well as those based on 380 V. It also offers significantly higher throughput, delivering 50V at 1.75 kW with 98% peak efficiency. This means a power density of...

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Tools to Architect, Analyze and Optimize Power Chains: On-Demand Webinar

Tools to Architect, Analyze and Optimize Power Chains: On-Demand Webinar

We have a wide range of valuable online tools, created by our engineers to meet the specific needs of power systems developers on our website. Perhaps the most innovative are the PowerBench™ Solution Selector...

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Vicor Provides Digi-Key with Another Geek Moment

The Digi-Key Another Geek Moment video series is a favourite for engineers, providing interesting and unusual demonstrations of the capabilities of different manufacturers’ products. In a recent video, a Vicor AC-DC supply is coupled...

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On-Demand Webinar Explains Next Generation Electrical Power Architectures for Military Vehicles

On-Demand Webinar Explains Next Generation Electrical Power Architectures for Military Vehicles

In this webinar rebroadcast, George Hamilton, Deputy Associate Director, US Army RDECOM-TARDEC, describes the Next Generation Combat Vehicle Electrical Power Architecture TARDEC is developing for the Army combat platforms. George is lead engineer on...

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Interview: Vicor Custom Europe

Interview: Vicor Custom Europe

We recently announced the launch of Vicor Custom Europe, allowing European customers to easily access Vicor’s world-class custom design and manufacturing capabilities. To learn more about this new capability in Europe, we interviewed Wojciech...

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Back to Basics: Do I Need Filtering on the Input and Output Side of the Converters?

Back to Basics: Do I Need Filtering on the Input and Output Side of the Converters?

All switching power supplies generate potentially interfering signals as a result of their high frequency, high power switching.

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