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Technical Features

December 2013
Energy-efficient devices are important components for saving resources and protecting the environment. The more efficient the electronics, the longer the battery service life for mobile devices - and in large-scale industrial and server installations with thousands of loads, the energy requirement is markedly
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Date:
05/28/2018
Cars have feelings too

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Dr. Robert Brand, VACUUMSCHMELZE

Advances in automobile development have meant that modern vehicles are now much safer and more comfortable than their predecessors. Every new generation of automobile features a proliferation of active solutions developed to complement and enhance passive safety features such as increased chassis rigidity. Longer-established
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Date:
12/31/2013
Since the introduction in the early eighties of distributed power architectures within the telecom and datacom industries (recently called Information and Communication Technology), the power demand per board in the data-server segment has increased from 300W to 1200W and is foreseen to grow exponentially reaching
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Date:
12/23/2013
Historically, remote wireless sensors have depended on batteries to provide power to measure data and transmit it wirelessly. This has worked reliably, but the usable life of these sensor networks is solely dependent that of the battery. In some applications, the wireless sensor nodes are accessible so the batteries
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12/15/2013

CPL has recently inaugurated the largest agricultural biomass biogas power plant in Italy. Nine hectors of ground area, Four 1 MWe power stations, for a total of 4 MWe generated electricity for 10,000 households a year at zero emissions. The largest agricultural biomass for biogas power production
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Date:
12/15/2013
Silicon carbide (SiC) power semiconductor technology has now reached a point in its evolution where SiC power devices can serve as the catalyst for a new generation of ultra-efficient power electronics systems, especially in the emerging market for small- to medium-sized solar power inverters.  Several
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Date:
12/14/2013
From the North East blackout of 2003 to last year’s Super Storm Sandy, we’ve learned the hard way that our 100-year-old-plus electricity grid is lacking the intelligence to effectively respond to power outages and disturbances. Here are a couple of key points to consider that call out for the need for a
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Date:
12/13/2013
Energy Measurement Fulfills Promises of the Smart Grid

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Figure 1. The reference design board, MAXREFDES14.

Measuring electrical power consumption—dynamic current and voltage—is a fundamental requirement of many high-precision applications like electric vehicle charging stations, industrial control and automation systems, data centers, smart home appliances, solar inverters, street lighting, distribution automation,
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Date:
12/12/2013
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