Marcus O’Sullivan Applications engineer, Power Management Group, Analog Devices
Many high power systems require the use of a hot-swap device to safely control of the inrush currents at powerup and provide fault protection.
These circuits are commonly found in systems such as servers, network switches, redundant-array-of-independent-disk (RAID) storage, and other forms of communications
Alberto Guerra and Diego Raffo, International Rectifier
Considering that almost 60 percent of total electric energy produced worldwide is used to run motors of every size, shape and efficiency, the adoption of variable speed drives can save as much as 70 percent of energy costs by controlling the speed of the load. New energy efficiency standards for compressors
Combining a consistent light output with an excellent tactile feel and a clear audible haptic confirmation, the K8 Series of illuminated tactile switches from C&K Components offer several novel features