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Vicor launches web-based technical library

Posted: 20 Jul 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:vicor? technical library? intermediate bus architecture? iba? factorized power architecture?

Vicor Corp.'s new Technical Library, a component of the company's website, offers engineers a broad knowledge database, from the basics of designing with component modules to information about the differences between the Intermediate Bus Architecture (IBA) and Factorized Power Architecture (FPA).

The site provides "one-click" access to Vicor's interactive design tools and design calculators, as well as applications manuals, mechanical drawings, and quality and certification information. Users have the option of searching by specific topic through an interactive table of contents for quick access to information.

Initial offerings in Vicor's library include a video seminar, "Designing with Component Power Modules." The technical content includes electrical, mechanical, and thermal design; control, mounting, EMI, and paralleling considerations; module do's and don'ts; and application examples. Also available are webcasts on EN compliance and power supply design considerations for high di/dt loads. All information in the library is available for download.

The new library is also the source for the latest information on the company's Factorized Power Architecture and its VI Chip products. The "Why Factorized Power Architecture" webcast reviews the attributes and limitations of current power distribution architectures, discusses FPA and compares FPA and IBA. Another webcast, "Introducing Quarter Brick Intermediate Bus Converters," discusses the advantages of the company's 100A, 600W VI Chip Bus Converter Modules in IBA applications.

- eeProductCenter

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