View the Powering Pulsed Load Webinar Slides Online

August 18, 2017

The slides from our recent webinar, “Maximum Load: The Wrong Specification for Pulsed Power”, are now available to view.

Most power supplies need to be sized based upon the maximum power demanded by the load, even though it adds size, weight and cost to the system. In this webinar, Dave Berry, a principal applications engineer at Vicor, explains the technique of power averaging, which allows power systems to be sized based on the average power requirement, delivering many benefits.

Topics covered include:

  • Why conventional power supplies must be sized to meet peak power requirements
  • What is power averaging, and the benefits it delivers
  • How to implement power averaging techniques
  • Power components that support power averaging

The webinar is ideal for anyone designing power systems for pulsed or intermittent loads, and in addition to viewing or downloading the slides, the on-demand rebroadcast of the webinar is also available.


Maximum Load The Wrong Specification for Pulsed Power Webinar from Vicor Corporation

Power Averaging Webinar Slides

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