To address the challenges of the future dc fast charging infrastructure, the critical aspects will be in the power conversion systems and in the energy storage systems. The key is to store electric energy in batteries using electrons and chemistry. This energy can be then utilized to boost an EV charge to keep the grid stable by shaving the peaks of power or to provide supply in case of blackout
January 06, 2023 by Analog Devices
Infineon and All About Circuits have collaborated to produce an eBook focused on the future of energy efficient technologies. This eBook goes deeper into the analysis of microgrid energy management systems, the modern approach to the electrification of outdoor power tools, microelectronics, smart homes and buildings, and solar inverter designs.
December 19, 2022 by Infineon Technologies
In this white paper, the experts at AMETEK Programmable Power discuss how AC and DC power supplies and loads play a crucial role in developing and testing wind-turbine applications' hardware and control algorithms.
May 19, 2022 by AMETEK Programmable Power
EV charging is accelerating the need for three−phase based PFC for AC/DC conversion. Other applications that are driving its implementation are Energy Storage Systems (ESS) and Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) for industrial sites and data centers.
May 17, 2022 by onsemi
This step-by-step guide describes the basic concept of double pulse testing (DPT) and the necessary measurement setup and provides an overview of the parameters influencing the measurement. Furthermore, practical tips for carrying out the measurements are presented.
April 28, 2022 by Rohde & Schwarz
This resource note discusses how using a power supply instead of a solar cell provides a controlled, repeatable output for testing solar inverters. The application note also goes over how to use an EA-PSB 10000 series bidirectional power supply to simulate solar cells.
April 13, 2022 by EA Elektro-Automatik
When selecting an electronic load, it's important to consider several options, including power, voltage, and current ratings; cooling method; operating modes; calibration techniques; transient response time; computer-control interfaces; and protective features.
March 01, 2022 by AMETEK Programmable Power