Webinar: Designing Power Systems for Modern Railway Applications

Webinar: Designing Power Systems for Modern Railway Applications

On Wednesday, 13 June, Kai Johnstad and Vamshi Domudala of Vicor will present a webinar for engineers designing rail applications

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Vicor Highlights Latest 48V DC-DC Power Products at PCIM Europe

Vicor Highlights Latest 48V DC-DC Power Products at PCIM Europe

At PCIM Europe 2018 (5-7 June in Nuremberg) Vicor will be highlighting various high performance power solutions for LED Lighting, Telecom, Datacenter, Industrial, and Electric Vehicle applications. The Vicor Power-on-Package solution with 3M immersion cooling will be demonstrated, establishing a new benchmark in power density for 48V direct to CPU/GPU power rails. Also in the booth will be our NBM and ZVS regulator devices, providing 48V buck, buck-boost, and boost solutions at unprecedented power efficiency and density levels. Visit the Vicor booth (Hall 9, Stand 443) to see the latest in DC-DC power conversion...

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White Paper Makes the Case for an Agile Approach to Power Design

White Paper Makes the Case for an Agile Approach to Power Design

The traditional waterfall approach to system design is failing to meet the needs of many organizations. Market conditions are changing faster than ever, competitors are innovating

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Vicor’s Most Popular White Papers

Vicor’s Most Popular White Papers

Vicor has written many different white papers and application notes to help power developers overcome their design challenges.

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High Power Density Enables Retrofitting of Redundant Power Sources

High Power Density Enables Retrofitting of Redundant Power Sources

A manufacturer of flow meters was upgrading the design of one if its products to improve accuracy and reliability. As the product was fundamental to safety, they wanted to add a back-up 48V supply using a battery,

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5 Reasons You Need a Wide Input Voltage

5 Reasons You Need a Wide Input Voltage

Many DC-DC converters are designed with a relatively narrow input range to allow efficiency to be optimized, but the lack of flexibility can be a limitation for many applications.

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The Engineer’s Guide to Bi-Directional Power System Design

The Engineer’s Guide to Bi-Directional Power System Design

Power components that allow energy to flow in either direction are a relatively new concept, with one of the first articles discussing bi-directional power design appearing in Electronic Design magazine in 2014.

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