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Power System for HVDC Distribution: Whiteboard Power Chain of the Week

Power System for HVDC Distribution: Whiteboard Power Chain of the Week

The first featured Whiteboard Power Chain of the Week will let you analyze and experiment with a power conversion system for HVDC distribution. The system uses high voltage BCM converters to take an input that can range between 260 V and 410 V and produce two low-voltage rails at 48 V and 12 V

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Vicor ChiP BCM and PowerBench Whiteboard Shortlisted for Elektra Awards

Vicor ChiP BCM and PowerBench Whiteboard Shortlisted for Elektra Awards

We are delighted that the High Voltage Bus Converter Module (BCM) and PowerBench Whiteboard design tool have both been shortlisted for the 2014 Elektra European Electronics Industry Awards. The ChiP BCM is a finalist...

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Introducing the “Whiteboard Power Chain of the Week”

Introducing the “Whiteboard Power Chain of the Week”

Tools play a critical role in the development of modern power systems, allowing engineers to design, optimize and analyze power chains quickly and efficiently.

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Vicor to Participate in 400 VDC Ecosystem Demonstration at INTELEC 2014

Vicor to Participate in 400 VDC Ecosystem Demonstration at INTELEC 2014

High Voltage DC (HVDC) power distribution offers huge potential savings in the data center. However if all the potential benefits are to be realized, equipment from a large number of manufacturers must interoperate efficiently....

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Download the Back to Basics eBook

Download the Back to Basics eBook

The Back to Basics posts are some of the most popular content on the Vicor Powerblog, covering a wide range of important power system design topics

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Infographic: HVDC Covers a Wide Range of Voltages

Infographic: HVDC Covers a Wide Range of Voltages

High Voltage DC (HVDC) power distribution is bringing higher efficiency and simpler power chains to a wide range of applications. Confusingly, however, the voltage used depends on the application: there is no single HVDC...

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