Advancements in LED technology allow targeting horticultural applications.
There are many different kinds of connectors, all serve the same purpose but in different ways. This article discusses connectors and their typical applications.
A brief analysis of the benefits of using modular power supplies over having to design discrete solutions.
By using interoperable digital power converters based on rapidly developing AMP Group standards, designers can ensure design longevity and supply-chain continuity.
Review efficiency, output, cooling, and more key performance features of point-of-load (POL) DC/DC converters and how they may affect your specific system design.
Cooling, thermal derating, and other considerations you should account for when choosing a SBC power supply or an off-the-shelf power converters.
Find out how compensation-free voltage technologies from CUI can help you simplify your advanced semiconductor designs in less time.
The Internet of Things requires power; not only in self- or battery-powered sensors, but also in devices such as gateways, typically powered from the AC line.
Capacitive-based encoders offer a combination of performance, reliability, and accuracy not available with traditional encoder technologies.
A discussion of “n+1” power supply redundancy methods and how to protect them from faults that could cause damage to them.
An up-to-date summary of the current regulations worldwide in regards to the global regulatory environment of external power supply efficiency and no-load draw.
Higher power, higher efficiency, and other benefits of using GaN-based eighth-brick converters.
CUI explains the KISS principle as it applies to the 60601-1 standard for medical power supplies.
Intelligent rotary commutation encoders offer output options, zeroing ease, simplified BOM, and PC-based insight.
A short review of power supply vendor announcements in 2014 of developments to decrease size and maintain reliability with improved thermal management.
AMP memebers, CUI, Ericsson, and Murata, are using newer and higher standards to create a multi-source business environment for digital power supplies.
The quarter-brick DC/DC converters are setting new standards in power density, conversion efficiency, and thermal performance.
A look at ways energy from the environment can be harvested to power sensor nodes for the Internet of Things by using evaluation kits from EnOcean and CUI.
Explore key difference between reliability and failure, and see how CUI is improving reliability via design, component selection, and manufacturing processes.
Eighth-brick converters with higher efficiency, digital control and at lower cost from suppliers including CUI, Vicor, Murata Power Solutions, and more.