Webinars

Learn about “DC Power Transformers” with our Bi-Directional Power Webinar Rebroadcast

June 17, 2016
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Learn about “DC Power Transformers” with our Bi-Directional Power Webinar Rebroadcast

Imagine what you could do if transformers work with DC power. Watch this on-demand webinar rebroadcast to learn about power components

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Bi-Directional Power Webinars in French, German, Italian and Russian

June 10, 2016
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Bi-Directional Power Webinars in French, German, Italian and Russian

Our Enabling Bi-Directional Energy Flow Using DC Power Transformers webinar will be presented in four additional languages in June. Click below to register to attend the webinar

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Webinar Shows How Bi-Directional Power Flow Can Enhance Your System

May 24, 2016
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Webinar Shows How Bi-Directional Power Flow Can Enhance Your System

The demands on power engineers to deliver higher performance, particularly improved efficiency, require new approaches to system design. To achieve these goals, techniques such as energy harvesting

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Learn How to Design AC-DC Systems Faster: On-Demand Webinar

April 5, 2016
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Learn How to Design AC-DC Systems Faster: On-Demand Webinar

Learn how to save time, reduce risk, and simplify the design of your power system. Our popular webinar, Designing High Performance Power Systems

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Advanced Power Simulation Webinar Analyzes Novel ZVS Buck-Boost Regulator

April 14, 2015
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Advanced Power Simulation Webinar Analyzes Novel ZVS Buck-Boost Regulator

Simulation is an important part of power system development, allowing designers to understand the behavior of power components and ensure that their power chain meets the requirements of the application with the first layout.

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Making Power Design Easy for the Embedded Engineer

January 27, 2015
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Making Power Design Easy for the Embedded Engineer

Today many embedded systems designers are also required to develop the power chain for their system. Although embedded engineers may not have the training or experience of power system specialists, there are now a range of tools that make it easy to develop efficient, reliable and power-dense solutions for embedded applications.

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Robert Gendron Explains Why 48 V is the New 12 V in this On-Demand Webinar

December 2, 2014
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Robert Gendron Explains Why 48 V is the New 12 V in this On-Demand Webinar

Power system designers in a variety of applications, including telecoms, data centers, automotive, industrial, lighting and aerospace, have long relied on a 12 V intermediate (or hub) bus to distribute electrical power. With increasing demands for higher output powers in smaller spaces, and the need to improve efficiency, 12 V is rapidly being replaced with 48 V. By moving to a higher voltage, engineers reduce the I2R loss in cabling, improving power efficiency. The smaller, lighter cabling is also cheaper, offers easier routing of power, and enables further energy savings, particularly in transportation applications where weight...

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