A four-channel laser and ultrafast driver delivers more than 480 W peak power in 2 ns pulses. The driving force behind nearly all of today’s autonomous vehicles is the extraordinary, high-powered lasers driving lidar (light detection and ranging) systems. Lidar, featuring infrared lasers, navigates autonomous vehicles by creating a real-time, 3D image of the
The second of a three-part series on The Rise of GaN-Based Power Systems: Technology and Market Overview by Paul Wiener, VP Strategic Marketing, GaN Systems To read the original article in Power Electronics World, click here. Part 1 of this series exploring gallium nitride (GaN) power devices provided a brief overview of GaN technology
Industry 4.0 brings rise to an era of smart factory floors that synergize mass production capabilities with automation, robotics, and M2M communication. Modern factories and industrial spaces must be increasingly intelligent and efficient with capital, costs, and energy, whether it’s for pharmaceuticals, chemical, transportation, medical devices or fulfillment centers. However, power system design is
Much of the focus around innovation in industrial robotics has been in around increased intelligence with an emphasis on data and software, AI and machine learning. In order to realize the full potential of Industry 4.0, robotic design must now also address hardware challenges around energy efficiency, performance, and autonomy. Industry 4.0’s potential, robotic design
SkyCurrent III™ Charging Pad Dual-mode flexibility - The dual-mode charging pad supports both AirFuel’s Magnetic Resonant (MR) and WPC’s Qi charging standard. Fully documented reference design SkyCurrentTM Receiving units: Optimized Magnetic Resonant-enabled receiving units Multiple Wireless Charging Proof Points: BluetoothTM Enabled Speaker Personal headset LED light Read More!
The GS-065-150-1-D is an enhancement mode gallium nitride (GaN) on silicon power transistor. The properties of GaN allow for high current, high voltage breakdown and high switching frequency. GaN Systems implements patented Island Technology® cell layout for high-current die performance & yield. These features combine to provide very high efficiency power switching.
With GaN power semiconductors, previously unthinkable system innovation is now possible in diverse power-reliant industries. Reimagining the role of power in products and entire systems can impact both the immediate bottom line and long-term business competitiveness. GaN power transistors are the building blocks of change for the design of a new generation of smaller,
GaN Systems has introduced two wireless power amplifiers for the wireless charging market: The 50 W power amplifier (GSWP050W-EVBPA) is the latest addition to GaN Systems' WPT line-up. It's well-suited for wireless power and charging applications in consumer, industrial and automotive markets. The 100 W power amplifier (GSWP100W-EVBPA) is ideal for applications in the
The GS-065-0xx-1-L devices are ideal for low power applications, including charging, power supplies, lighting and appliances. They feature: Industry standard 5 mm x 6 mm PDFN packages Assembly using standard SMT process Scalable: 3.5 A to 11 A in the same footprint Fast, clean switching speed High switching frequency (20 MHz+) Low switching losses