Power

Power electronics is a key element in the world of electronic design and engineering and electronic engineers need to have a thorough understanding of this area if they’re going to create successful products.

In this section, New Electronics keeps designers up to date with the latest developments in the power electronics market – everything from DC/DC converters to IGBTs to battery technology. In fact, New Electronics covers any power product that can go on a PCB.

Artesyn unveils 800 Watt CRPS server power supply

Artesyn Embedded Technologies has unveiled a 800-watt server power supply that follows the Intel Common Redundant Power Supply (CRPS) specification, which is designed for compute, networking and storage infrastructure in enterprise IT, cloud and hyperscale environments.

High power thin film chip resistors

Vishay Intertechnology has introduced a new series of Automotive Grade thin film chip resistors that features the industry's highest rated power dissipation in the compact 0402, 0603, and 0805 case sizes.

High efficiency DC/DC converter range

An 800W quarter-brick isolated DC/DC converter from Artesyn is said to have high efficiency and thermal performance. Capable of delivering up to 70A with a single fully regulated 11.8V output, the converters have no minimum load requirement.

Medical power supplies meet curve B radiated and conducted EMI

TDK-Lambda has unveiled the CUS30M and CUS60M series of AC-DC power supplies. Rated at 30W and 60W, these compact products have been designed to meet curve B conducted and radiated EMI in either a Class I or Class II (double insulated) construction, without the need for external filtering.

TI unveils new family of LLC controllers

Texas Instruments has introduced an inductor-inductor-capacitor (LLC) resonant controller with an integrated high-voltage gate driver that delivers, according to the company, the industry’s lowest standby power, as well as longer system lifetimes.

µModule regulator ensures power availability under fault conditions

Linear Technology, which was recently acquired by Analog Devices, has unveiled the LTM4645, a 25A step-down µModule (power module) regulator that is able to current share multiple independent devices (N) where at least one LTM4645 is used as backup (+1) to ensure power availability if one device in this N+1 arrangement detects a fault and has to be disconnected.

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