This excellent, hands-on, laboratory based analog power supply design workshop provides an in-depth look at the design of modern, stable and robust switch mode power supplies. The workshop is aimed at design engineers who need to design and/or troubleshoot modern high performance power supplies.
The workshop begins from first principles and looks at the fundamentals of switching power supply design covering Bode plots and control theory. All theory is supported with numerous hands-on labs and all attendees should leave the workshop feeling conformable with stable compensator design for both voltage mode control and current mode control. There is also detailed study of robust "isolated" power supply design using industry standard optocouplers and programmable references such as TL-431.
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Battery Management Deep Dive is a three-day in-person technical training especially developed for design engineers working with power supply for battery-powered systems. The training provides a learning forum for engineers with practical solutions, tools and workshops for a variety of battery management topics.
High Volt Interactive is a technical high voltage power conference where you will learn and discuss new ways to solve old problems, common design issues, and TI’s innovative power solutions. You will be immersed in two full days of technical, interactive sessions with topics ranging from PFCs to active clamp flyback controllers, isolated gate drivers and wide band gap solutions. Come interact!
As IoT technology adoption increases, there is also increasing demand for long battery life designs with continuous wireless monitoring of key parameters such as environmental data, air quality, motion detection and more
In this webinar, we covered the simulation and implementation of a complete sensorless motor drive using the InstaSPIN-FOC FAST algorithm. New PSIM functionality allows for designers to use InstaSPIN FAST during simulation and then use model based code generation for fast and easy implementation.
Case studies were used to highlight real problems faced by designers that have been quickly solved through the use of PSIM.
PSIM also made the generation of the motor parameter “.h” header file easy and has functionality that can generate stable PI controllers for Id, Iq, and speed based on your system and motor parameters.
This webinar introduced the functionality through the use of case studies highlighting real problems faced by designers that have been quickly solved through the use of PSIM’s functionality.
Co-hosted by Chris Clearman from Texas Instruments & Albert Dunford from Powersim, the developers of PSIM.