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Vicor Webinars Examine 380V HVDC Power Distribution in Datacenters, Commercial Buildings and Offices

January 30, 2014
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Vicor Webinars Examine 380V HVDC Power Distribution in Datacenters, Commercial Buildings and Offices

Stephen Oliver, VP at Vicor’s VI Chip division, will be hosting a series of webinars that examine the applications leading the move to high voltage DC power distribution architectures. The webinars feature industry experts with experience of designing and deploying systems in the real world. The first three webinars address HVDC in datacenters, commercial buildings and offices 380V DC in the Datacenter (on-demand rebroadcast) – presented by David Mohr, Distinguished Technologist, Power Systems Architect, Hewlett Packard.  This webinar describes some of the commercially-available equipment, enabling the adoption of HVDC as well as outlining the roadmaps...

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High Voltage DC Webinar Rebroadcasts now Available on Demand

January 15, 2014
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High Voltage DC Webinar Rebroadcasts now Available on Demand

High Voltage DC power distribution is being rapidly adopted by industries ranging from computing and building management to aerospace and heavy land vehicles. Stephen Oliver, Vice President at Vicor’s VI Chip division, recently presented a two-part webinar series describing Trends, Innovations and Power Design Strategies for High Voltage DC Distribution, which are now available to view on demand.

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Back to Basics: Why do we need active surge suppression?

December 7, 2013
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Back to Basics: Why do we need active surge suppression?

It’s well understood that unexpected electrical disturbances can cause data loss or even permanent damage to any unprotected electronic equipment in their path. Active as well as passive suppression is essential to provide comprehensive protection from all such events. This post shows why this is so, and how active suppression works to fulfil its role. Electrical events threaten electronic equipment by placing excessive electrical energy onto its input power rails in the form of a transient, a surge, or possibly both. A transient is typified as a fast-rising voltage spike of high magnitude –...

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See Vicor’s Presentation from INTELEC 2013

December 2, 2013
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At INTELEC 2013, Vicor presented a paper that discusses the design of power adaptors that will step down a 400 V power rail to 48 V, discussing the efficiency, safety and power density as well as techniques to reduce any harmonics generated by the converters. If you weren’t able to attend INTELEC, you can catch up by viewing Power Adapter Design for 400 V DC Power Distribution in Electronic Systems below:   from View more of our presentations on SlideShare Related Information INTELEC 2013 – DC distribution: The way forward High-voltage DC distribution White Paper...

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Stephen Oliver Explains the Importance of High Voltage DC Distribution

November 13, 2013
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Stephen Oliver Explains the Importance of High Voltage DC Distribution

Stephen Oliver, Vice President at Vicor’s VI Chip division, is presenting a series of webinars about higher voltage DC (HVDC) power distribution. We wanted to find out why he is so passionate about this emerging power technology.

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Why Customers Choose the Westcor MicroPAC

October 9, 2013
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The Westcor MicroPAC power system is a universal voltage input, power factor corrected AC-DC power supply. It’s based on Vicor’s VI Chip BCM technology, which not only increases efficiency to up to 92%, but also allows the MicroPAC to deliver up to 1300 W with a power density of 25 W/in3. This efficient AC-DC solution is available in both fan-cooled and conduction cooled packages, and it’s performance means it finds applications in a wide range of applications including industrial, test and measurement, communications and defense. The performance of the MicroPAC enables customers to solve challenging design...

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