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ABC'sPwrElect-1 - AN INTRODUCTION TO AN POWER ELECTRONICS...

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Introduction to Power Electronics and Modules by Prof. DC Hopkins, www.dchopkins.com, © 2010 AN INTRODUCTION TO AN INTRODUCTION TO POWER ELECTRONICS POWER ELECTRONICS AND MODULES AND MODULES Professor Douglas C Hopkins State University of New York www . dchopkins . com
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Introduction to Power Electronics and Modules by Prof. DC Hopkins, www.dchopkins.com, © 2010 Welcome and Outline An Introduction to Power Electronics and Modules An Introduction to The System Power Processing Power Processing - Conversion Power Processing - Supply Power Processing - Linear or Switch-mode Background in Converter Topologies Defining Electrical Specifications Knowing Your Input Specifications Input Filtering Transient Suppression Knowing Your Output Specifications Standards, Certificates & Regulations Design for Safety Not Just Electrical Design Thermal Issues Safe Operating Area The Module as a Component Welcome, For those of you who are new to specifying power supplies or need a better understanding of power electronics, we offer the following presentation. Visit this page often as we add more topics. If you have special interests in a particular topic, please contact us at www.DCHopkins.Com This presentation contains 106 slides.
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Introduction to Power Electronics and Modules by Prof. DC Hopkins, www.dchopkins.com, © 2010 Example: Direct board mount or integral modules 30A high-efficiency, high-transient isolated power supply Isolated power supply for high-end micro-processor
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Introduction to Power Electronics and Modules by Prof. DC Hopkins, www.dchopkins.com, © 2010 Example: Board-Mount Power Highly dense power for board mount applications.
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Introduction to Power Electronics and Modules by Prof. DC Hopkins, www.dchopkins.com, © 2010 Example: Multiple modules Multiple solutions in one system.
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Introduction to Power Electronics and Modules by Prof. DC Hopkins, www.dchopkins.com, © 2010 Example: High Current Applications Very high-current solutions in a very small size.
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Introduction to Power Electronics and Modules by Prof. DC Hopkins, www.dchopkins.com, © 2010 Example: Stacking Power Modules that provide N+x redundancy for high-reliability applications.
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Introduction to Power Electronics and Modules by Prof. DC Hopkins, www.dchopkins.com, © 2010 Example: of a Myriad of Shapes Power supplies come in a myriad of shapes and sizes. (Color is usually not a choice.)
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Introduction to Power Electronics and Modules by Prof. DC Hopkins, www.dchopkins.com, © 2010 Load Source Power Processor Introduction to Introduction to the System the System
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Introduction to Power Electronics and Modules by Prof. DC Hopkins, www.dchopkins.com, © 2010 Power Processing Like CPU’s processing information, Power supplies process energy.
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