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DC/DC converters target aerospace & EV/HEV applications

DC/DC converters target aerospace & EV/HEV applications
Vicor has expanded its DCM series of isolated, regulated DC/DC converters within its ChiP power component platform. The series now covers critical applications in aerospace, EV/HEV, rugged systems, industrial and telecomms/datacomms. The devices provide nominal input voltages of 24, 28, 48, 270, 290 and 300V with nominal outputs of 48, 36, 28, 24, 15, 12 and 5V and are available in packages with up to 600W of power.
17th March 2015

Precision Aerospace Engineers Choose Unison Tube Bending Technology

Precision Aerospace Engineers Choose Unison Tube Bending Technology
Unison has won a significant order for tube bending machinery from the precision aerospace engineering company, Supercraft. The machinery will help Supercraft to expand operations at its new manufacturing facility in Brough, UK, in preparation for contracts recently secured from major aerospace customers. It will also provide the software flexibility needed to enhance productivity of specialist low volume parts through use of ‘closed-loop’ manufacturing techniques.
17th March 2015

Global circumnavigation to use nothing but solar

Global circumnavigation to use nothing but solar
From the Wright Brothers' first powered flight in 1903, through the first solo global circumnavigation in 1933, to the proliferation of commercial aviation in the latter half of the 20th century, humanity has always held a special place in its heart for flight. On 9th March 2015, Solar Impulse 2 departed on the first leg of a groundbreaking mission: to fly around the world using only the power of the Sun.
10th March 2015


Live video stream will show view from edge of space

Live video stream will show view from edge of space
Brunel University London (BUL)’s second scientific expedition to the edge of space - more than 100,000 feet, or three times higher than the cruise altitude of transatlantic passenger jets - can be viewed, via live video streaming, by anyone with a computer or a smartphone. This year, a team of final year MEng engineering students are working on the project, which has been split into two missions.
9th February 2015


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