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BEV advancements are driving sales, but vehicle safety and reliability will ensure long-term viability
Innovative power architectures using power modules provide power redundancy and improve overall safety and system performance By Patrick Kowalyk, Automotive FAE,Vicor
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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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Making sense of the world around us with sensor ICs - May 2024
How accurate sensing enables better system performance and increased efficiency. By Giovanni Campanella, Sector General Manager, Industrial Systems at Texas Instruments
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The art of noise: how to design to minimise interference - April 2024
In a perfect world, signal margins and power supply voltages are maintained for a safe, stable environment, says Graeme Clark, Principal Engineer, Renesas Electronics
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Why EVs don’t need 12V lead acid batteries - March 2024
The continuous advancement of lithium-ion battery technology has given EVs longer driving range, faster acceleration and more horsepower than ever before. So why are most EVs still carrying a 12V lead acid battery for standby power? By Power Integrations
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The role of voltage supervisors for system power reliability - Feb 2024
Voltage supervisors add reliability by monitoring the power supply failures and putting a microcontroller in reset mode to prevent system error and malfunction. By Noel Tenorio, Product Applications Engineer, Analog Devices
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