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Do More with Power Modules
Power modules simplify power design with dense, robust solutions to help reduce time to market

 

This webinar provides an overview of buck power modules, their benefits over discrete converter based solutions and how designers can use power modules to build a robust designs and get to market faster. We'll discuss the various construction  technologies for modules and how they provide higher density, ease of use and EMI benefits.

8V to 14V Input, 0.508V to 1.35V Output, 10A SWIFT™ Power Module

 

We'll also discuss some featured products for typical POL or intermediary rails and the tools and resources available to help do more with power modules. The webinar is intended primarily for designers who design systems for industrial  (factory automation, medical, test and measurement, building automation, grid infrastructure etc.) and communications markets (wireless infrastructure, telecom infrastructure) and are looking for ways to simplify power design with dense, robust solutions to help reduce time to market.

 

What The Attendee Will Learn

  • The benefits of power modules vs discrete solutions in power design
  • The various construction technologies for modules and how they provide higher density, ease of use, and EMI benefits.
  • Typical POL or intermediary rails and the tools and resources available to help do more with power modules.
  • Q&A

 

TI has the most diverse portfolio of DC/DC power modules in the industry, covering a wide range of input voltages and output currents with a variety of package options.

Presenter

Presenter: Stephen Ott

Stephen Ott is a product marketer for Texas Instrument’s portfolio of DC/DC Step-Down Power Modules. Stephen started his career at National Semiconductor in power management. Stephen has a BSEE degree in Electrical Engineering from UC Santa Cruz.

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Additional Information

DC/DC Power Modules: Innovative solutions to fit design constraints

When and Where

  • Start Time:

    Nov 7, 2017 9:00 AM CST (America/Chicago)
  • End Time:

    Nov 7, 2017 10:00 AM CST (America/Chicago)
  • Location:

    webex

Event Info

  • Event Type:

    Webinar
  • Event Visibility & Attendance Policy:

    Open

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