With the NJW4750, NJR presents one of the smallest 4-channel Power Management ICs on the market. The space-saving 3.4 × 2.6mm EQFN26 package incorporates three buck regulators and a LDO (low dropout) for precise voltage regulation. The NJW4750 and the matching evaluation board are available at https://www.rutronik24.com. Channel 1 of the Power Management IC is directly […]READ MORE
XP Power announces the availability of a brand new website at http://www.xppower.com that will deliver an enhanced user experience to specifiers, buyers and designers of power solutions used in many types of electronic equipment. The new website includes all products from XP Power’s extensive range as well as a wealth of detailed technical documentation and […]READ MORE
With Power & Beyond, Mesago Messe Frankurt adopts a 365-day presence approach for PCIM, the world’s leading exhibition and conference for power electronics.READ MORE
Safety regulations have been in place for decades in the power industry and as we know only too well, have been through lots of revisions. And although each revision has made them more stringent and tailored to our businesses, frustratingly we have become familiar with designing products to conform to latest versions. So why do safety authorities change things that have been in place for so many years?
This is a question we hear so many times from power designers and without knowing the history and background it would be difficult to understand the motivation for IEC/EN 62368-1. Indeed, the transition from a well-established 1952 standard to something fundamentally different requires some explanation, which this article is about.
At some stage of every project there comes a point where the developer has to ask which power supply is best suited to the application. Ever shorter development cycles, stricter specifications, and tighter budgets make the selection difficult. This article provides an overview of the details that need to be considered when making that choice. […]READ MORE
The Battery Finder is designed for developers and engineers seeking the right batteries during the design-in-process of their projects. It provides an overview of the entire assortment of Panasonic Industry batteries and finds the right battery for every application. A revised version is now available.READ MORE
Cosel Co, Ltd today announced the addition of four new series of open frame, low profile, compact power supplies covering the range of 30W to 100W and UL/EN62368-1 certified. The LHA30F, LHA50F, LHA75F and LHA100F complement Cosel’s existing, leading LHA150F and LHA300F models, now offering an efficient power solution from 30W to 300W for demanding […]READ MORE
XP Power announced the release of two new series of desktop power supplies that offer a highly efficient and low-cost solution for multiple applications. The new PSUs are ideally suited to provide the power, energy efficiency and cost requirements of increasingly capable modern industrial and technology equipment. The VES180 series can deliver up to 180W […]READ MORE