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eBook covers ADI power management innovations


Examines new technology developments for electric vehicles, asset tracking, wearables, and IoT devices

Mouser Electronics announces a new eBook in collaboration with Analog Devices, Inc. exploring the latest innovations in power management and how they can be used in a range of applications.

The eBook, Power Management for All of Tomorrow’s Innovations, examines new technology developments for cutting-edge applications, including electric vehicles, asset tracking, wearables, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

Today’s original equipment manufacturers face a complicated challenge when it comes to power management: An effective design must deliver stable performance while maintaining low power emissions and affordability. From demanding applications like vehicle batteries to the next generation of medical devices and consumer electronics, power management is a vital consideration for the design and manufacture of cutting-edge solutions. The new eBook features a range of articles, infographics, and instructional videos, providing rich context on the use of Analog Devices products in power management applications.

The Power Management for all of Tomorrow’s Innovations eBook offers direct links to eight relevant products from Analog Devices, connecting engineers directly to solutions for innovative power management applications. Featured products include the LT8316 micropower isolated flyback converters, a highly efficient solution that reduces transformer size and improves load regulation. The LT8316 converters support a range of applications, including electric vehicles, isolated off-line housekeeping power supplies, and isolated telecom, industrial, and medical power supplies.

The LTC2971 two-channel power system managers are capable of sequencing, trimming, margining, supervising, managing, logging faults, and monitoring telemetry across two power supplies. Featuring a proprietary soft-connect algorithm to minimise supply disturbances, the LTC2971 power system managers offer reliable performance for computer and network servers, industrial test and measurement, and video and medical imaging.

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