How to connect & test a regulated model
Applies to XP EMCO products: C Series, CA Series, CA-T Series, CB Series, H Series & P Series
How to connect & test a proportional model
Connecting and testing a proportional model to verify operation.
Connecting proportional models for positive or negative outputs
Connect proportional models for either positive or negative output.
Power systems for patient- connected equipment
Approaches for power systems within medical equipment for patient-connected applications.
Digital power – challenges and opportunities for power designs
Digital power has experienced rapid growth taking advantage of the many benefits that digital control can bring to a tra...
Power systems for medical equipment must ensure patient safety
A fundamental tenet of medical electrical equipment is that it must be safe to use, both for the patient and the operato...
Standard high voltage modules save time, space and money
System power designers specifying high voltage power supplies have three basic options.
Updates to legislation drive external power supplies’ efficiency
As concern for carbon emissions grows, most countries have introduced legislation to regulate the efficiency of external...
Designing for reliability in high voltage applications
High voltage design and manufacturing comes with an additional set of disciplines that must be applied.
Selecting power supplies for peak load applications
Specifying an AC/DC power supply for systems with peak load requirements that are higher than the normal power requireme...
Electrolytic capacitor lifetime in power supplies
The service life of electrolytic capacitors is an increasingly key design parameter in power supplies.
Hints and tips on the use of cooling fans for power supplies
Thermal management of modern power supplies is becoming increasingly important due to smaller heat sinks volumes and hig...