This webinar covers the basics of switching-mode voltage regulator design all the way to designing with modern regulators. Popular dc-dc converter topologies, design parameters, calculating and selecting external components, designing to tackle surges/transient conditions and other popular how-to topics are covered.
Join us to learn how to:
- Use hands-on design examples based on Maxim Himalaya family
- Easily and quickly design a complete dc-dc switching converter using EE-Sim design tools.
- Optimize for high efficiency, small size, low output ripple, low BOM cost, and more
- Take advantage of our unique “Smart Compensation” feature, to maximize performance at any input/output condition.
- Use Power Modules- readymade power supplies with highest integration and ease of use.
Key Take Aways:
Cut capex and opex with reliable and robust wide input voltage regulators that cut power dissipation by up to 50% compared to closest alternatives.
- If you are new to voltage regulators, learn the basics of switching dc-dc converter and how to identify system requirements
- If you have used voltage regulators before, learn why all smart designers are adopting the industry proven wide-input regulators and modules that are easy, addictive, and cost effective
- Optimize the voltage regulators for your needs. Complete design with simulation, efficiency and stability analysis, bill of materials, and cost information quickly and with minimum effort.
Anthony T. Huynh(a.k.a. Thong Anthony Huynh) is a Principal MTS – Applications Engineering at Maxim Integrated Products. He has 20+ years designing/defining isolated/non-isolated switching power supplies, and power management products. At Maxim, he has defined 100+ power management products including dc-dc converters, hot swap controllers, Power-over-Ethernet and various system-protection ICs adopted by world’s leading manufacturers.
Anthony holds 4 U.S. patents in power electronics and has written several public articles/application notes in this area. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Oregon State University, has completed all course work for an MS in Electrical Engineering at Portland State University where he also taught a power electronics class as an adjunct instructor. At Maxim Integrated, Anthony has authored and presented many customer and field training seminars in the power electronics area.