Wind power and photovoltaic systems are based on powerful AC-DC and DC-AC converters. They require reliable power capacitors for AC filtering and voltage stabilization in the DC link circuits. TDK offers a complete portfolio of power capacitors customized for these issues with a wide range of voltages and capacitances.
In this article, learn about medical devices' associated risk guidelines, the means of protection mandatory for their use, their specific use environments, and the electromagnetic compatibility issues that should be considered when designing their power supplies.
The COVID pandemic has made a drastic impact on society, not only on our health but if we look at the industrial aspects, it has pushed the ‘digital’ revolution forward, from how we have business meetings to the way we learn to operate factories. This sudden digital shift, together with the latest developments in 5G communication is stimulating needs for more cloud-based and online solutions, which in-turn is motivating huge investments in IT infrastructure such as data centers. In this article, Hiroki Nishiyama, global manager of data center marketing at Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, explains further about the challenges facing this important rising industry.
Rohde & Schwarz has paired the outstanding performance of its established R&S RTP oscilloscope with an enhanced user interface and a larger display. The result is an even more flexible oscilloscope in a compact format with a modern look and feel that continues to deliver high-performance signal integrity in real time.
Batteries are to have a central role in the future of sustainable energy and mobility. Affordable, high-quality lithium battery packs are needed in diverse kWh ratings to power vehicles ranging from eBikes, drones, and small city cars, to large electric vehicles (EVs), trucks and buses. On the other hand, large, container-sized battery arrays are needed as energy storage for home, commercial, and utility-grade applications to bring stability to tomorrow’s green-powered grids.
The high precision of piezoresistive sensors and their ability to measure absolute, gauge and differential pressure make them suitable for a wide range of applications in the increasingly demanding requirements for industrial and automotive segment. Core component of each pressure sensor is the sensing element or the so-called DIE, which converts the pressure into an electrical output.