Elektra Awards 2012
How to Enable Temperature and Relative Humidity Measurements on the Model 6517B Electrometer.
Qspeed diodes combine high efficiency and low EMI; ideal for PFC and high-frequency, high-voltage rectifier applications Power Integrations’ Qspeed diodes use a unique silicon-based process to combine an extremely low reverse recovery charge (QRR) with a very soft recovery waveform. Together, these features help designers optimize the efficiency and EMI performance of their power conversion circuits.
This video interview from Acal BFi and Emerson Network Power considers the future of OpenVPX. It explains the difference between VPX and OpenVPX and how engineers using VME today should consider OpenVPX as a logical way forward if they need more performance.
Power Integrations’ SENZero is a family of ICs that disconnect sense resistors from high-voltage rails during standby or remote-off conditions. SENZero devices eliminate sense resistor power losses in standby mode and reduce total system power consumption, helping to meet the stringent demands of energy-conscious equipment makers and efficiency standards regulators.
HiperTFS Incorporates Efficient Two-Switch-Forward Main and Flyback Standby Power Converters into Single IC
Power Integrations’ HiperTFS is a highly integrated power supply IC family for high-power applications. Uniquely, HiperTFS device family members incorporate both a two-switch-forward converter and a flyback standby power converter into a single, low-profile eSIPä power package.
Power Integrations’ HiperPFS is a family of power factor correction (PFC) controllers with integrated high-voltage power MOSFETs. HiperPFS devices leverage an innovative control scheme that optimizes efficiency at light load levels.
Power Integrations’ LinkZero-AX is an integrated offline switching IC that enables designers to achieve 0.00 watts of standby energy consumption in auxiliary power supplies. Commonly used in such products as major appliances, TVs, and remotely-controlled electronic lighting ballasts, auxiliary power supplies continuously draw power as long as the product is plugged in, resulting in significant standby energy waste.