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Understanding the real benefits of flexibility and configurability in power systems design

This whitepaper looks at how an improved decision flow can help power systems designers reduce materials and production costs and save design time while developing products better aligned with customers' requirements.

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Chris Jones, marketing director, Embedded Power, Emerson Network Power

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