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What types of industrial human machine interface (HMI) designs and functionalities do consumers require and are likely to become mainstream?
Examine the key attributes of power module packaging. Learn how to deliver your high-performance power delivery network
Learn how to mitigate noise to a great extent by design, using equipment commonly available in most electronic development lab settings.
Learn about 3-Level topologies, future trends in the solar sector and requirements.
Learn about key power trends in the high-power LED market.
Explore three reasons why the best option is to implement an industrial-grade LED LCD monitor instead of your commercial monitor options.
Learn about the BCM converter’s function, operation and capabilities as compared to a conventional DC-DC converter. Examine solutions to the challenges for EV power architecture
Learn about advanced pre-made industrial apps that reshape the AIoT world for industrial users, powerful management functions from data, device to computing resource that is set to revolutionise the edge computing space.
Learn about the critical areas of consideration when designing an isolated power system that must start within 10 ms from application of input voltage. Learn about a proven approach to building rapid-start power systems that can ensure your success.
Learn about three operational topologies, pertinent examples and techniques that can be used to overcome new challenges implied in this novel deployment of SAC.
Learn about the critical factors you need to consider, including torque, speed, operating mode, operating environment. Discover how cost, precisions and lifetime may affect your suitability.
Learn how simulation tools as part of a modern PI workflow can prevent your failure rate and ensure design success.
Learn how to reach a regulation accuracy of ±1% at all line, load, temperature and trim conditions for single DCMs as well as arrays of up to eight units.
This application note will explain two possible methods: one at the lower end and one at the higher end of the complexity scale.