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EPC To Hold Webinar On GaN FETS For Motor Drives

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Alex Lidow will discuss how to use GaN to improve precision, reduce size and weight, and lower EMI and noise

On October 28th, 2020 at 8am PDT, EPC will host a webinar on harnessing the power of eGaN FETs and ICs for motor drives.

The webinar, sponsored Digi-Key Electronics, will be presented by Alex Lidow, CEO and co-founder of EPC and GaN textbook author.

Lidow will show how GaN-based solutions are improving motor drives by enabling smaller, lighter, more precise systems. Attendees will review some key applications using these systems including e-mobility, cobots and robots, DC servo drives, drones and automotive.

“We're excited to partner with the leading experts at EPC to share this incredibly relevant content with our customers,” said David Stein, vice president of global supplier management at Digi-Key. “As GaN power technology continues to play a more dominant role as a future solution for power transistors, we are glad to both provide our customers with the knowledge and resources, as well as the widest selection of products and components available in today's market.”

Digi-Key customers should register for this webinar to learn more about the value of eGaN devices for 48V motor drives and key application markets, to review EPC's product portfolio for motor drives, and to get an inside look at a Field Application Engineering Lab in Italy where Marco Palma will give attendees a demonstration of a GaN-based motor drive.

“Digi-Key has been a fantastic supporter and partner of EPC and our eGaN products from day one of our commercial launch more than ten years ago,” said Alex Lidow, CEO of EPC. “We are thrilled to collaborate with them to bring this webinar focused on GaN solutions for motor drive applications to the engineering community, furthering our collective mission to assist our customers in extracting the full capabilities of eGaN FETs and ICs in their designs.” To register, please visit EPC's registration page.


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