Power management technology goes on show
National Semiconductor will showcase its latest power management technology at the Power Conversion and Intelligent Motion (PCIM) Conference in Nuremberg, Germany.
National Semiconductor will showcase its latest power management technology at the Power Conversion and Intelligent Motion (PCIM) Conference in Nuremberg, Germany, from 22nd-24th May PCIM is one of the industry's leading forums for presenting and discussing power electronics and its applications in intelligent motion
In Hall 12, Booth 329 of the Nuremberg Exhibition centre, National will demonstrate a new Power-over-Ethernet controller with an adjustable output power level that is compatible with any DC-DC converter topology.
The company will also demonstrate the LM5116, the industry's first 100V current-mode buck controller.
The LM5116 is ideally suited for step-down regulator applications from a high voltage or from a widely varying input supply.
Designed with National's patented Emulated Current Mode (ECM) technology, this synchronous buck controller offers a combination of high-performance, flexibility and ease of use for DC-DC power supply designs.
A third highlight at the show is National's latest generation of Simple Switcher regulators.
The six new high-frequency buck regulators operate with an input voltage range up to 75V and deliver up to 3A of continuous output current.
Their designed-in ECM technology provides superior load transient response in low duty cycle applications that are not addressable by traditional current mode control.
Combined with the recent "dial-in" performance enhancements to National's webench online design environment, Simple Switcher regulators offer design engineers high performance, ease of use and flexibility to provide faster time to market for their DC-DC power supply designs.
In addition to the product demos, National's technical experts will speak on a range of power management topics at four presentations and two poster sessions:.
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