Whiteboard of the Week: LED Display Panel for Traffic Management

Whiteboard of the Week: LED Display Panel for Traffic Management

One of the latest Whiteboard Power Chains of the Week is a power system for an LED display panel that was developed by Marco La Ciacera, our technical sales engineer for Southern Europe. Here’s what he told us about this design.   Can you explain a little more about the application? The power chain was designed for a variable message sign (VMS), signs that can be placed in a wide range of places like highways, major road junctions, and urban arteries. Typically installed at the side or above the roadway, the VMS uses text...

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Meet us at electronica 2014

Meet us at electronica 2014

We will be exhibiting next week at electronica – the world’s leading trade fair for electronic components, systems and applications.

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Whiteboard of the Week – Power Chain for Civil Ship

Whiteboard of the Week – Power Chain for Civil Ship

Our Whiteboard Power Chain of the Week series recently featured a power system for a civil ship that was designed by one of our technical sales engineers, Alexander Mezin.

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Dave Berry Explains the Need for Holdup in COTS Journal

Dave Berry Explains the Need for Holdup in COTS Journal

COTS Journal has featured an article by Dave Berry, applications engineer at Vicor, explaining the requirements for holdup in COTS applications and how they can be met.

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Vicor Contributes to European Space Agency-Funded Sounding Rocket Program Experiment

Vicor Contributes to European Space Agency-Funded Sounding Rocket Program Experiment

Sounding rockets, which are named after the nautical term “to sound,” or take measurements, have been used since 1959 to test instruments for satellites and spacecraft. The University of Pisa selected Vicor power components

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400 VDC Ecosystem at INTELEC Featured in Power Electronics and How2Power

400 VDC Ecosystem at INTELEC Featured in Power Electronics and How2Power

At INTELEC we joined with Anderson Power Products, Emerson Network Power, IBM and Universal Electric Corporation, to showcase a complete 400 VDC ecosystem, grabbing the attention of Sam Davis, Editor-in-Chief at Power Electronics.

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