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Wide range input DC/DC converters for railway

Wide range input DC/DC converters for railway
Two series of wide input range, cost-effective, high-power density DC/DC converters for railway traction and rolling stock applications have been introduced by XP Power. The DC/DC converters’ wide input ranges reduce inventory requirements and enable them to be used across a wide range of applications.
21st January 2019

Dual isolated outputs for single IGBT driver bias

Dual isolated outputs for single IGBT driver bias
  The PMP10654 reference design is a dual isolated outputs Fly-Buck power module for single IGBT driver bias. The two voltage rails are suitable for providing the positive and negative bias to an IGBT gate driver in motor drives for EV/HEV and industrial applications.
16th January 2019

Considerations for selecting digital isolators

Considerations for selecting digital isolators
Isolation is a means of preventing DC and uncontrolled AC currents between two parts of a system, while allowing signal and power transfer between those two parts. This isolation can be required in order to protect human operators and prevent damage to expensive processors in high voltage systems, break ground loops in communication networks, and to communicate to high-side devices.
16th January 2019


Meeting rising demand in industrial and railways sectors

Meeting rising demand in industrial and railways sectors
New DC/DC power modules for the industrial and railways sectors are being introduced by Flex Power Modules, broadening its product range to meet increasing demand in these sectors, as well as providing additional versions of existing products, with different input/output voltage ranges. The modules are provided in sealed and encapsulated packaging, so that they will work reliably when subjected to other harsh conditions.
10th January 2019

Automotive integrated-coil step-down ‘micro DC/DC’ converters

Automotive integrated-coil step-down ‘micro DC/DC’ converters
It has been announced that Torex Semiconductor has launched the XDL601/XDL602 series of HiSAT-COT control and 1.5A coil-integrated step-down ‘micro DC/DC’ converters for automotive applications. The XDL601/XDL602 series consist of ultra-compact step-down DC/DC converters with integrated coils and control ICs.
10th January 2019

Encapsulated railway converters with pure convection cooling

Encapsulated railway converters with pure convection cooling
The RWY 200-HSA-P2 series of fully encapsulated railway quality DC/DC converters with pure convection cooling have recently been released by ABSOPULSE Electronics. The 200W converters deliver a single, regulated output of 12, 24, 36, 48 or 110Vdc. They accept inputs of 24, 36, 48, 72 or 110Vdc with EN50155 wide input ranges.
10th January 2019

Buck converters deliver high voltage automotive power solutions

Buck converters deliver high voltage automotive power solutions
  Maxim Integrated has announced power-management ICs offering a small solution size and high efficiency to help automotive designers meet space and power challenges of next-gen automotive applications. As digital instrument clusters, radio head units and electronic subsystems require ever higher levels of compute power. 
10th January 2019

Battery pack resistance welding technology for electric cars

Battery pack resistance welding technology for electric cars
It has been announced that Amada Miyachi Europe is providing resistance welding equipment for LION Smart in the development of the new fast charging LIGHT Battery. The lithium-ion battery stack has been incorporated into the proof of concept for the latest model of a fully electric extended range car. 
9th January 2019

Create customisable multi-rail power solutions

Create customisable multi-rail power solutions
  Integrated circuits and reference designs for automotive body control modules from Texas Instruments help you create customisable, multi-rail power solutions for operating in harsh battery conditions such as start-stop and cold-crank.
3rd January 2019

Deal secures future for battery-powered passenger train

Deal secures future for battery-powered passenger train
In a deal that aims to secure a long-term future for battery-powered trains in the UK, Hoppecke Industrial Batteries and Vivarail have confirmed that they will be working together to design and integrate batteries to power Vivarail's Class 230 passenger trains. In October last year Vivarail launched the UK's first passenger train powered by a mobile charging unit developed by Hoppecke, the UK's industrial power specialist. 
3rd January 2019


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