AC-DC power supplies
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- Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
- Industrial power supplies
- Power sourcing equipment
- Telecom rectifier
- TV power supplies
In a AC-DC SMPS, the AC is a converter to a defined DC output power. Therefore the AC mains is rectified and filtered and feeds the power factor correction (PFC) stage. Via high-frequency modulation, in a second step, it is then delivered to a DC load with the desired voltage and current.
Infineon Technology provides a full spectrum of power controllers and switches, including ac-dc controllers, dc-dc converters, silicon and SiC MOSFETs, GaN HEMTs, Intelligent Power Modules, lighting ICs, transistors (IGBTs), diodes and rectifier, regulators, isolation interfaces, voltage and current management for internal and external power supply applications.
Our design solutions increase active-mode efficiency, decrease standby-mode power consumption, and provide power factor correction at every stage of your layout from line to load. Depending on your requirements, Infineon delivers solutions from microamps to megawatts as discrete or integrated devices.
In this training, you will learn about the design of electromagnetic interference (EMI) in Switching Mode Power Supplies (SMPS).
Do you want to learn about switched mode power supplies (SMPS), but have little to no background in electrical engineering? Then watch this training series! It will take you on a journey: You will start with the basics of electrical engineering and learn the principles of semiconductors so you are fully prepared to dive into the world of SMPS.
Part 1 - Electrical engineering fundamentals (Chinese version)
Part 2 - Principles of semiconductors (Chinese version)
Part 3 - Introduction to SMPS (Chinese version)
In this online course, you will learn the benefits of Si|SiC|GaN Positioning in ACDC applications.
Standby power comsumption contribute significantly to energy waste, and FAEs/engineers face challenges with keeping this standby power low. Follow this training to learn how to design your SMPS to reduce energy waste.