Posts Tagged ‘ DCM ’

White Paper Explains How Power Averaging Cuts Size and Cost for Pulsed Loads

September 21, 2016
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White Paper Explains How Power Averaging Cuts Size and Cost for Pulsed Loads

Many applications, such as pulsed amplifiers and LED lighting, present pulsed loads, where energy is drawn in short bursts.

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Handling Large Capacitive Loads

Capacitance at the input of a DC-DC converter plays a vital role in keeping the converter stable and in providing input EMI filtering.

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The Most Popular New Blogs in the Last Year

July 29, 2016
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Power system design is one of the most exciting areas of technology, with many new innovations.

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Leashing UAVs

Leashing UAVs

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), AKA drones, have been flying for quite some time.  The ease of use and relatively low entry cost have resulted in them being used in a plethora of applications, including military, law enforcement, news provision, science and exploration, traffic reporting and management, as well as a host of others.

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Isolated DC-DC ChiP DCM Converters can be Customized to Meet Unique Application Requirements

Isolated DC-DC ChiP DCM Converters can be Customized to Meet Unique Application Requirements

The exciting new DCM in a ChiP package from Vicor provides the highest power density, isolated, regulated DC-DC converters available today.

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Dave Berry Explains Power Averaging on PowerElectronics.com

July 14, 2016
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Dave Berry Explains Power Averaging on PowerElectronics.com

Modern loads are highly dynamic. It’s no longer the case that power systems simply deliver a constant power output; in applications ranging from pulsed amplifiers to flashing LEDs

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DCMs: Spot the Difference

June 7, 2016
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DCMs: Spot the Difference

The DC-DC Converter Module (DCM) is a flexible power component that provides an isolated, regulated output from an input that accepts a wide voltage range.

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