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Tips from Texas
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7/2/2008   Post a comment
The Power Tips! series of tutorial/how-to technical articles from Texas Instruments will be a regular feature of Power Management DesignLine
Intelligent Energy's funding drive overpowers credit crunch
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7/2/2008   Post a comment
The global credit crunch has proved no obstacle to UK-based clean power systems company Intelligent Energy raising $13.6m from a recent round of private funding.
High-frequency MOSFETs increase handheld power efficiency
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Renesas Technology's MOSFETs achieve a 1.2W output at 3.6V when they are used in a two-stage amplifier.
A lot of hot air! Cutting energy prices with compressed air
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7/2/2008   Post a comment
An engineer at Sandia National Laboratories thinks compressed air stored in underground caverns could help cut in half the cost of electricity from generators.
High-current inductor housed in a 2020 case size
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Vishay's latest inductor offers compact 5.18-mm x 5.49-mm footprint, high maximum frequency to 5MHz, and low DCR down to 3.6mΩ typical.
TI reorganizes analog business, adds power unit
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7/1/2008   Post a comment
Texas Instruments Inc. has added a power management unit to its analog business and appointed a seasoned executive to lead the division as the Dallas-based company moves to fulfill a promise to raise the percentage of revenue generated from analog products.
Daimler pushes up all-electric vehicle plans
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7/1/2008   Post a comment
Against the background of rising gas prices, automotive vendors rush to rethink their drive strategy. Now Daimler AG brings forward the market entry of all-electric vehicles.
36 to 72VIN Single-Inductor Buck-Boost Supply provides 48V/200W Output at 97% Efficiency without Heat Sinks
Design How-To  
7/1/2008   Post a comment
A common problem faced by a power supply is how to generate an output that at any time can be above or below the input, particularly in battery-powered systems. Many conventional solutions - such as two-stage power converters, SEPIC converters or Flyback converters - suffer from bulky component requirements and low efficiency. The LTC3780 synchronous 4-switch buck/boost controller avoids these pitfalls by using a revolutionary high efficiency, single inductor topology.
India expands solar energy initiatives
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7/1/2008   1 comment
The government has launched a "National Mission on Solar Energy" that seeks to tie India's economic development to energy efficiency.
Miniature motor disti agreement inked
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7/1/2008   Post a comment
Distribution agreement makes miniature linear motors and actuators more readily available.
30-W AC/DC switching supplies
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7/1/2008   Post a comment
Designed to meet the power and EMC noise performance requirements in instrumentation, control, and telecommunication systems, Astrodyne has added 30 Watt units to the ECA Series of ultra-miniature encapsulated switching power supplies for EMC noise compliance to EN 60601-1-2:2001.
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