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Don’t Get Interrupted! Tips for Ensuring Robust Uninterruptible Power Supply Design

NOV
10
2020
10. NOV 2020

Lecture Power Electronics Forum > Power Supplies

12:00-12:20 h | Virtual

Data centers are mission critical to the world’s business. Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) are essential instruments that assure zero downtime and keep data centers operational in the event of a power failure. Their importance demands that all UPS devices be highly reliable to avoid the overloads and transient surges that can occur on an AC line. To ensure your UPS design is robust, this presentation provides helpful design recommendations for:
• Circuit protection from potentially damaging overload conditions
• High-efficiency control components for reduced power consumption
• Temperature sensing for active component protection
Also learn about the global standards with which your UPS design must comply and avoid costly repeat certification testing that delays getting your product to market. These recommendations ensure you will have a safe, robust, efficient, and compliant design that reliably supports your customers’ data centers.

Subjects: Power Electronics

Speaker: Todd Phillips (Littlefuse)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

Data centers are mission critical to the world’s business. Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) are essential instruments that assure zero downtime and keep data centers operational in the event of a power failure. Their importance demands that all UPS devices be highly reliable to avoid the overloads and transient surges that can occur on an AC line. To ensure your UPS design is robust, this presentation provides helpful design recommendations for:
• Circuit protection from potentially damaging overload conditions
• High-efficiency control components for reduced power consumption
• Temperature sensing for active component protection
Also learn about the global standards with which your UPS design must comply and avoid costly repeat certification testing that delays getting your product to market. These recommendations ensure you will have a safe, robust, efficient, and compliant design that reliably supports your customers’ data centers.

Speaker,
Littlefuse

Todd Phillips

Todd Phillips

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Speaker,
Littlefuse

Todd Phillips
Todd Phillips
Global Strategic Marketing Manager for the Electronics Business Unit

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