Power Components for Battery Applications
Many systems use batteries as the primary power source during use, or simply as a backup in case of mains failure. If demands for batteries continue to grow, engineers need an easier approach to designing battery-powered systems. In particular, the output voltage of batteries can vary significantly; power systems must deliver constant voltage to the load and act as a current source to charge the battery; and there is a continual demand for higher efficiency. This webinar explains how flexible power components can be used to shorten the design cycle, simplify the power system and reduce cost, weight and size while increasing efficiency.
The webinar covers: the importance of wide input and output voltage ranges; how to design scalable power systems to meet current and future needs; how modern, flexible components can reduce costs; and techniques to maximize power density and efficiency in systems with batteries.