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INTELEC 2014 – HVDC Demo Shows Architecture is Ready for Prime-Time

October 20, 2014
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INTELEC 2014 – HVDC Demo Shows Architecture is Ready for Prime-Time

INTELEC 2014 was the place where many companies showcased advances in HVDC power distribution. We caught up with Maurizio Salato, Vicor’s director, power systems engineering after the show

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Learn More about Power Component Design Methodology at electronica 2014

October 1, 2014
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Learn More about Power Component Design Methodology at electronica 2014

electronica 2014, the world’s leading trade fair for technology components, systems, and applications, is just 40 days away.  We’re working hard to make sure everything is ready for 11 November, with new products, interesting content and a great stand (if we can say so ourselves) to be finalized, all of which will help visitors learn more about power component design methodology. And this year we’ve moved to the semiconductor Hall, A5, Booth 237.  If you’re planning to visit the show this year, why not come and visit.  You’ll be able to discuss your requirements with...

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Vicor to Participate in 400 VDC Ecosystem Demonstration at INTELEC 2014

September 24, 2014
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Vicor to Participate in 400 VDC Ecosystem Demonstration at INTELEC 2014

High Voltage DC (HVDC) power distribution offers huge potential savings in the data center. However if all the potential benefits are to be realized, equipment from a large number of manufacturers must interoperate efficiently. At INTELEC (International Telecommunications Energy Conference) 2014, which will be held in Vancouver, Canada from September 28 to October 2, Vicor will join with other industry leaders to showcase a complete 400 VDC ecosystem in booth #201. The demonstration will include data center and telecom leaders such as Anderson Power Products (APP), Emerson Network Power, IBM and Universal Electric Corporation....

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Vicor Hosts Power Design Seminars in Three Indian Cities

September 9, 2014
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Vicor will run three half-day seminars in India that will help engineers design and optimize power systems from source to point of load.  These events will be held in Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune. The seminars will cover a range of topics relevant to designers developing systems for a wide variety of applications. Attendees will learn about the latest DC-DC and AC-DC power components; online tools that can simulate and analyze power chain designs; and techniques to manage isolated and non-isolated loads. The seminars will also describe how using components based on the ChiP platform...

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Vicor to Exhibit at InnoTrans 2014

September 8, 2014
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Vicor to Exhibit at InnoTrans 2014

Vicor will be at InnoTrans 2014, the leading event for the transport technology industry, from 23-26 September in Berlin, Germany. We will be showcasing some of our rail solutions at the show, including AC-DC and DC-DC converters, filtering products and turn-key custom solutions. These power solutions are used in applications from LED information displays and ticketing machines to lighting, braking and motor drive systems. They are designed to provide efficient and reliable operation for the harsh environment of rolling stock and trackside systems. Come and meet us on Stand 115 in Hall 11.1, at...

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Three Vicor Presentations at PCIM Europe 2014

May 20, 2014
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Three Vicor Presentations at PCIM Europe 2014

PCIM Europe 2014 opened today in Nuremberg, Germany. We will announce an important new product family at the show: the ChiP DCMs. Meet Vicor in Hall 9, Booth 549 (a stand we are sharing with our distribution partner Hy-Line) to learn more about these new products.  And find out how our complete range of power components are helping engineers develop more efficient, dense and rugged power systems.

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Technical Paper: Bi-Directional DC-DC Converter

April 29, 2014
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Many systems require battery banks to provide a backup should the main power source fail. At APEC 2014, Xiaoyan (Lucy) Yu presented a paper that she co-authored with Paul Yeaman describing a bi-directional converter suitable for such applications. A bi-directional topology simplifies the design of the power system that must charge the battery and also draw power from them when the main supply fails. The converter described was able to deliver excellent performance, supplying 300 W when charging the battery and 1500 W when supplying power to the DC bus. This was achieved with...

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