Simplicity and efficiency: 1,700 V integrated flyback controllers based on SiC MOSFET technology set a new trend

By Akif Hakki Polat
Eastern Europe Analog and Power Specialist Field Application Engineer, Future Electronics

Read this to find out about: 

  • The drawbacks of a discrete approach to high-voltage flyback converter design
  • The case for using an integrated SiC flyback controller with internal 1,700 V MOSFET
  • A comparison of 1,700 V-rated integrated flyback controllers from Power Integrations and ROHM Semiconductor

Simpler, cheaper, faster: the case for TSN in factory automation networks grows stronger by the day

Read this to find out about:

  • The features of the TSN variant of the Ethernet protocol which make it attractive to the industrial equipment sector
  • The IEEE standards which define the TSN specification
  • The reasons for using either discrete or SoC versions of the key TSN components – switches and transceivers

An easier way to design GaN-based power systems: comparing the market’s integrated driver offerings

By Vito Prezioso, Power Specialist Field Applications Engineer, Future Electronics (Northern Europe)

Future Electronics

The Avalanche development kit from Future Electronics provides a full-featured system environment for the development of applications based on the mid-range PolarFire FPGA from Microchip, a device which is notable for its low-power operation, security capabilities, and immunity to single-event upsets.