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Jul
23

Electronic Design Update

 
 

Sponsored by Texas Instruments
 
 

Reducing audible noise and power consumption in AC/DC designs

Learn more about evolving energy regulations that require lower standby power and higher efficiency by designing power supplies that use light-load modes, minimize audible noise while still keep designs cost-effective.

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Texas Instruments Extreme Power 300x250 Ed 071420 Kmr
 

Products

 
Texas Instruments Ga N 315x180 Ed 071420 Kmr
 

A smart alternative to silicon or silicon carbine, the lowest cost 600-V 70mΩ GaN device is now available for production with integrated driver and cycle-by-cycle overcurrent protection and over 30 million device reliability hours.

 
Texas Instruments Ucc2154 Ed 315x180 071420 Kmr

Reduce cost with a dual-channel isolated gate driver        

Reinforced isolation dual-channel gate driver with 3.3mm channel-to-channel spacing option enables higher bus voltage safety standards and increases system reliability. Available as an industrial or automotive qualified gate driver.

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Texas Instruments Ucc256402 Ed 315x180 071420 Kmr

Best-in-class standby power and audible noise controller

The UCC256402 is an LLC resonant controller with ultra-low standby power and high voltage startup, which offers exceptional audible noise performance without an auxiliary flyback, reducing system cost for an AC/DC power supply system solution.

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Videos

 

900-V-5kW bidirectional AC-DC Converter with GaN

Achieve 99% efficiency with no forced air cooling and 3X power density improvement over IGBT and 1.25X over SiC. Learn more in this demonstration of a 5kW bidirectional AC/DC grid converter using GaN.

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LLC Resonant Controller: Achieve a new low in standby power

Learn more about how the UCC25640x, new family of LLC resonant controllers, can impact the cumulative world power consumption.

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Whitepapers

 

Power Through the Isolation Barrier: Isolated DC/DC Bias Power Supplies

The landscape of isolated DC/DC bias power supplies has changed, giving electronic designers more options to move signals and power across an isolation barrier. Learn more about isolated DC/DC bias supply requirements and topologies.

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IGBT & SiC gate driver fundamentals

Learn more about IGBT and SiC technologies and get answers to common gate driver questions on topics including protection, isolation technology, and basic functionality.

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