Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH will be occupying booth 628 in hall 9 at this year’s PCIM Europe in Nuremberg from June 5 till 7, presenting a range of scalable solutions for transforming energy, switching power stages, and connecting resistive, capacitive, and inductive loads. In addition, Andreas Mangler, head of strategic marketing, will be giving a lecture entitled “Thermal management of lithium-ion cells in battery packs”.
Rutronik’s POWER campaign offers an entire range of components for various power classes and application areas. With the ideal combination of active, passive, and electromechanical parts, RUTRONIK POWER covers every component in the assembly group, making it possible to produce scalable solutions for all kinds of conversion operations and actively switch power applications with resistive, capacitive, and inductive loads.
Renowned manufacturers will be represented on the Rutronik booth at PCIM Europe with their own products, including Infineon, Panjit, RECOM, Rohm, and STMicroelectronics.
PCIM Europe highlights:
• Silicon carbide (SiC) technology – highly efficient products and solutions from Infineon, Panjit, RECOM, Rohm, and STMicroelectronics
• Industrial power control solutions from Infineon – compact and flexible engine control units, high-performance modules, IGBTs, and drivers
• CoolSiC™ MOSFET drive demonstrator from Infineon
• Motor control demonstrator for BLDC and stepper motors from STMicroelectronics based on STSPIN32F0
• Switch-mode power supplies as well as AC/DC and DC/DC converters from RECOM, specially designed for the simple control of half-bridge drivers in industrial applications
A lecture on the therml management of lithium-ion cells in battery packs
On June 5 and 6, from 3.30 p.m. till 4 p.m., Andreas Mangler, head of strategic marketing at Rutronik, will be giving a talk at the e-mobility forum in hall 6-320 entitled “Thermal management of lithium-ion cells in battery packs”. “The challenge relating to the functional safety of battery packs, in which the cells can be configured in parallel or series, not only concerns traditional hardware and software developers working on battery management systems (BMS), but also specialists involved in thermodynamics and mechanical design. New findings from research and development with practical examples show how batteries can be safely operated,” says Andreas Mangler, explaining the subject of his talk.
Contact person at the booth: Richard Needham, head of power semiconductors at Rutronik
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