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Technologies to harness wind power for net zero - September 2023
The offshore wind industry has a major role to play in reducing carbon emissions, but the industry faces a number of challenges. ABB Energy Industries discusses some technology developments which are...
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AC/DC power factor correction module offers up to 1,512W
A full brick package developed by TDK-Lambda, the PF1500B-360, is for high voltage distributed power architectures
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Prototype a power bank charger without hardware headaches - October 2023
Is it possible to prototype a power bank charger application without building dedicated hardware? by Analog Devices
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SiC soars to meet demand for small, lightweight power solutions - September 2023
Using SiC can improve both efficiency and reliability of aerospace applications. As the industry strives for lightweight, compact, high density efficient power, SiC is being propelled into the spotlight.
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Eco-friendly choices shine through for clean energy - September 2023
As the world moves towards making more eco-friendly responsible choices, the demand for sustainable and renewable energy has driven consistent high growth in the solar inverter market.
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IoT calls for a new approach to backup circuitry design - August 2023
Two backup options are compared and new backup circuitry is proposed to meet a 15ms holdup time for a 12V/60W flyback converter with a 9V to 60V wide input range. By Tiger Zhou, Applications Engineer Battery Charging Products, Texas Instruments
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