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New 700V Bus Converter Module with K of 1/16

September 26, 2017
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New 700V Bus Converter Module with K of 1/16

Today we announced a new Ultra-High Voltage (UHV) Bus Converter Module (BCM) designed for applications including Remote Unmanned Vehicles

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Home Energy Storage – Bidirectional Control to Balance Power Transfer

August 21, 2017
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Home Energy Storage – Bidirectional Control to Balance Power Transfer

The variability of renewable power sources such as solar and wind for home energy means that batteries are needed to balance the system: either storing excess power from the grid or supplying power back to the grid as necessary.

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New BCM in a ChiP Package Delivers 384VDC-24VDC (K=1/16) Isolated Voltage Transformation

May 10, 2017
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New BCM in a ChiP Package Delivers 384VDC-24VDC (K=1/16) Isolated Voltage Transformation

Today we announced a new BCM in a ChiP package, the BCM6123TD1E2663Txx, which converts from a nominal 384 VDC (260V to 410V) input to an isolated

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More Answers to Your Bi-Directional Power Design Questions

April 20, 2017
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More Answers to Your Bi-Directional Power Design Questions

Components that allow bi-directional power flow are a relatively new concept for many engineers. Our recent webinar, Enabling Bi-Directional Energy Flow Using DC Power Transformers

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Scalability of Bi-Directional Power Design: Your Questions Answered

March 20, 2017
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Scalability of Bi-Directional Power Design: Your Questions Answered

Our recent webinar, Enabling Bi-Directional Energy Flow Using DC Power Transformers generated a lot of interest

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How to Start a BCM in Reverse Mode in “DC Transformer” Applications

March 20, 2017
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How to Start a BCM in Reverse Mode in “DC Transformer” Applications

Power components, such as the Bus Converter Modules (BCMs) and Non-Isolated Bus Converters (NBMs) can be used as bi-directional devices, stepping the voltage up or down

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Hot Swappable BCMs Increase System Uptime

January 25, 2017
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Hot Swappable BCMs Increase System Uptime

Many large systems, such as data centers, rely on hot-swap (also sometimes called “hot plug”) to allow modules to be changed without powering down the system.

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