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  • Redundant Power Supplies - Considerations When Paralleling Power Supply Outputs for Redundancy
    Although the extremely high overall reliability that can be attained with redundancy is widely recognized, implementing redundancy is not always as easy as it may first appear to be. In particular, it takes more than simply paralleling the outputs of two or more power supplies to have a redundant
  • Power Supplies
    e-Vap® CVS Series Power Supplies are constructed using state-ofthe- art solid state high frequency switching technology. They are offered in three standard models rated for 6kW, 10kW and 15kW. CVS series power supplies are for use with the horizontal and vertical flange mounted systems detailed
  • Switching Power Supplies A to Z
    Switching Power Supplies A to Z. An accessible, intuitive introduction for the power supply novice, this guide discusses the key issues and offers personal guidance, industry tips and readable war stories, ranging from power supplies to electronic ballasts.
  • Guide for Power Supplies (.pdf)
    examples of their application. A power supply could broadly be defined to be anything that supplies power, such as a hydroelectric dam, an internal combustion engine, or a hydraulic pump. However, we'll limit our discussion to the types of electrical power supplies that are predominantly used for test
  • Power Supply
    for connection to almost all mains supplies and can be used all over the world. This hugely simplifies storage and spare parts management. Another advantage of the broad-range power supply is the insensitivity to mains voltage fluctuations within the specified range.
  • Connecting Power Supplies in Series
    The outputs of two or more power supplies can be easily connected in series to obtain a combined output with a higher voltage than provided by a readily available standard supply. The outputs of two or more power supplies can also be connected in series if the object is to obtain a higher current
  • Switching-Regulated Power Supplies
    The most common type of power supply today is the switching supply. These units use pulse-width modulation (PWM) to regulate output. Supplies today employ several different PWM circuit configurations. In all cases, the PWM logic signal drives the switching power transistor, and the power transistor
  • Cooling Power Supplies
    Power supplies generate waste heat which has to be dissipated. They typically have either convection cooled or forced cooled ratings or, in some cases, both. Forced cooled power supplies may incorporate a cooling fan, or may specify the user cooling required to operate the unit at maximum load
  • Power Supplies for LED Driving
    Power Supplies for LED Driving. Including detailed examples of what works and why, this practical, hands-on book covers the design trade-offs involved in LED driving applications, from low-power to UB-LEDs and beyond.

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