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View the Powering Pulsed Load Webinar Slides Online

August 18, 2017
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View the Powering Pulsed Load Webinar Slides Online

The slides from our recent webinar, “Maximum Load: The Wrong Specification for Pulsed Power”, are now available to view.

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The Answers to Your Questions About Power Averaging

March 14, 2017
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The Answers to Your Questions About Power Averaging

Power averaging is an approach that uses a power chain designed to supply the average current required by a pulsed load

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The Most Popular Blog Posts in 2016

December 20, 2016
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What were the most important topics for power developers in 2016? To find out, we’ve put together a league table of the 10 most popular posts on the PowerBlog

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On-Demand Power Averaging Webinar Shows a Better Approach for Pulsed Loads

October 4, 2016
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On-Demand Power Averaging Webinar Shows a Better Approach for Pulsed Loads

If you are developing power systems for intermittent or pulsed loads and missed our recent webinar, “Maximum Load: The Wrong Specification for Pulsed Power”

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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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