Mouser Updates Power Supply Technology Site

Source: www.mouser.com

By Control Design Staff

Mar 19, 2015

Mouser Electronics, Inc. has updates Power Supply Technology site. Mouser’s updated technology site provides developers with the resources they need to learn about the latest advances in power supply technolog, and the newest products available from Mouser Electronics for selecting and building power supply systems.

The updated site, available on Mouser.com, contains resources for developers interested in expanding their knowledge about power supply systems. The new Technology Section provides an overview of power supply technology and segments power supplies into four main subsections: AC/DC supplies, including linear regulated and DIN-rail power supplies; DC/DC switched mode power supplies and topologies; AC/AC transformers including single- and three-phase conversions; and DC/AC converters, including uninterruptable power supplies (UPS) and solar inverters.

The Articles section discusses topics such as AMP Consortium Steers Future of Digital Power, The Benefits of Power Modules vs. Discrete Regulators, and Advancing Power Supply Solutions Through the Promise of GaN. All articles offer an area to post comments and questions to facilitate further discussions on the topic.

The Featured Products section focuses on key power supply products available from Mouser.com that are ready to be used in developer’s systems.

Finally, the Resources section lists videos, application notes and reference designs that discuss product selection and system considerations when building or buying power supplies. Topics include battery chargers, circuit protection, energy efficiency and the importance of product certifications.

To learn more, visit: http://www.mouser.com/applications/power-supply-technology/.

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