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Power Passives and Discretes

April 2015
The use of power diodes and Thyristors in applications such as small and large appliances, such as UPS systems, AC/DC rectifiers, and variable speed motor drives is the primary source of harmonic distortion in AC grid or mains current. Due to the source impedance of the mains power, the harmonic load current
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Date:
04/30/2015
Tantalum surface mount capacitors with a solid electrolyte have been the favorite capacitor technology choice in many electronic devices for more than five decades, thanks to their stability, high reliability, and superior volumetric efficiency. The traditional manganese dioxide (MnO2) cathode material provides
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Date:
04/30/2015
The technique of paralleling power converters and phase shifting their outputs is not new, and “interleaving” (as it is known) has been used in a number of applications to reduce the size of input and output capacitors. These include the 42V/14V DC-DC converters found in dual-voltage vehicle electrical systems
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Date:
04/29/2015

Advances in multilayer ceramic capacitor (MLCC) technology now offer designers a high-capacitance alternative to traditional electrolytic capacitors. New high-value MLCCs provide the advantages of lower equivalent series resistance (ESR) and inductance (ESL) than electrolytics, and demonstrated mean time to
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Date:
04/29/2015
Alex Lidow of EPC challenges industry with inexpensive GaN

Alex Lidow of EPC

In this PSDcast Alex Lidow of Efficient Power Conversion (EPC) talks to Alix Paultre of Power Systems Design about the company's latest breakthrough in discrete component technology. EPC recently unveiled the 60 V EPC2035 and 100 V EPC2036 eGaN power transistors, designed to compete in price while outperforming
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Date:
04/29/2015
EPC's new eGaN power transistors now break silicon’s cost-speed barriers

60 V EPC2035 and 100 V EPC2036 eGaN power transistors

Efficient Power Conversion Corporation (EPC) announced the 60 V EPC2035 and 100 V EPC2036 eGaN power transistors designed to compete in price, while outperforming silicon. Price, the last barrier to widespread adoption of GaN transistors as silicon MOSFET replacements, has fallen. These products demonstrate
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Date:
04/29/2015
Standex-Meder Electronics offers planar magnetics design guide

Planar Magnetics Design Guide for Transformers & Inductors

Standex-Meder Electronics, a manufacturer of precise, reliable, and long-lasting miniature switches, sensors and relays, announced the availability of its new Planar Magnetics Design Guide for Transformers & Inductors. Under its “custom is standard” pledge, the new guide showcases a variety of standard
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Date:
04/29/2015
Stackpole expands HCS Series resistance value range

HCS family of resistors

Stackpole announces the expansion of the popular HCS family of resistors up to 5 milliohms in both the 2512 and the 3920 chip sizes. This allows the use of the HCS for an even wider range of applications where the HCS’s low thermal resistance and self-heating are important. The HCS Series will typically run
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Date:
04/29/2015
EPC launches EPC2029 wide-pitch eGaN FET

The EPC2029 80 V, 31 A eGaN FET features a 1 mm ball pitch

Efficient Power Conversion (EPC) announced the introduction of an eGaN FET designed with a wider pitch connection layout. The first in a new family of “Relaxed Pitch” devices, the EPC2029 80 V, 31 A eGaN FET features a 1 mm ball pitch. The wider pitch allows for placement of additional and larger vias under
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Date:
04/14/2015
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