Posts Tagged ‘ Power System Designer ’

You Should Never Break the Chain…

April 6, 2016
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You Should Never Break the Chain…

Power system designers talk about power chains: a series of components or power supplies that generates the voltages and currents required by the loads from the supply.

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Learn How to Design AC-DC Systems Faster

February 17, 2016
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Learn How to Design AC-DC Systems Faster

In our latest webinar, Paul Yeaman, director of applications engineering at Vicor, will show how Power Component Design Methodology has revolutionized the process of developing a power system

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How Much Pain Do You Suffer When Designing Power Systems?

February 9, 2016
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How Much Pain Do You Suffer When Designing Power Systems?

We all know how some projects are a little more challenging than others. Sometimes things just don’t go right: whether it is unrealistic requirements or constant changes of specifications

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Video Shows How Vicor’s Power System Designer Makes Developing Power Chains Easy

January 28, 2016
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Video Shows How Vicor’s Power System Designer Makes Developing Power Chains Easy

It’s now possible to develop power chains optimized for your application’s requirements quickly and easily. Our latest video shows just how simple it is

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I Clicked the Mouse Four Times and an AC-DC Power System Design Appeared

January 28, 2016
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I Clicked the Mouse Four Times and an AC-DC Power System Design Appeared

Our new PowerBench Power System Designer makes it easy to architect and analyze power chains, even when you have an AC input.

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How Do You Decide the Best Power Chain for Your Application?

December 3, 2015
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How Do You Decide the Best Power Chain for Your Application?

The Power Component Design Methodology is an extremely flexible approach to the development of power systems, using power components to produce designs that are optimized for your application. But how can you determine what is the “optimum” solution to your particular design challenge? Consider the following five figures of merit: Highest Operating Efficiency Lowest Component Count Lowest Cost Smallest Footprint Best Fit The demands of the application will determine the figure of merit that is most appropriate. For example Highest Operating Efficiency (the highest overall efficiency of the complete system at its maximum operating...

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