Online Power Design Tools

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August 23, 2016
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Power developers need online power design tools if they are to meet the ever-increasing demands for efficiency, performance and reduced time-to-market.

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Sometimes it Pays to Keep it Simple

June 22, 2016
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Sometimes it Pays to Keep it Simple

The Power System Designer is an amazing tool for developing complex power chains based on our power components. But sometimes you just want to find one device

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Take the 90 Second Challenge: Design a Complete Power Chain in Less than 1 ½ Minutes

May 17, 2016
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Take the 90 Second Challenge: Design a Complete Power Chain in Less than 1 ½ Minutes

Designing power systems is a tough, time-consuming job, which has typically required a lot of manual calculations and research. Our new Power System Designer, however, changes everything

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New Features for Power System Designer Cut Development Timescales

May 13, 2016
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New Features for Power System Designer Cut Development Timescales

The Power System Designer is a great tool for power developers. Since its launch last year, many engineers have benefited from the ability to develop flexible power chains

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Video Shows How Vicor’s Power System Designer Makes Developing Power Chains Easy

January 28, 2016
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Video Shows How Vicor’s Power System Designer Makes Developing Power Chains Easy

It’s now possible to develop power chains optimized for your application’s requirements quickly and easily. Our latest video shows just how simple it is

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I Clicked the Mouse Four Times and an AC-DC Power System Design Appeared

January 28, 2016
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I Clicked the Mouse Four Times and an AC-DC Power System Design Appeared

Our new PowerBench Power System Designer makes it easy to architect and analyze power chains, even when you have an AC input.

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How Do You Decide the Best Power Chain for Your Application?

December 3, 2015
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How Do You Decide the Best Power Chain for Your Application?

The Power Component Design Methodology is an extremely flexible approach to the development of power systems, using power components to produce designs that are optimized for your application. But how can you determine what is the “optimum” solution to your particular design challenge? Consider the following five figures of merit: Highest Operating Efficiency Lowest Component Count Lowest Cost Smallest Footprint Best Fit The demands of the application will determine the figure of merit that is most appropriate. For example Highest Operating Efficiency (the highest overall efficiency of the complete system at its maximum operating...

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