In today's economy, we are more and more driven by battery-powered applications and electric vehicles. There continues to be an increasing demand for batteries, and production capacity is projected to increase fivefold.
Battery formation is one of the final steps in this battery production process, but also one of the most essential. Every battery needs to undergo this stage in order to become a functional unit. This formation cycle can be a time-consuming process, as each individual cell must be monitored separately. So how are those batteries made, and what are the requirements and challenges that come hand in hand with the battery production process?
In this Infineon webinar, explore the details of battery formation and the differences between AC-DC and DC-DC converter topologies.