Design power supplies for any application! If you're developing power supplies in the low to medium range - OW to 10kW - here's an expert-level resource that dramatically cuts your desing time and effort. Practical Design of Power Supplies, by Ron Lenk, shows you when to use higher switching frequency converters...why you should question certain ultra-low noise requirements...how to select the right flyback and when to use it...how to spec the "ideal" transformer...how to choose the right wire gauge...10 must-know tips for using your network analyzer...how to conduct a detailed "worst-case analysis."..and much, much more. Plus, key concepts and essential data are shown in clear diagrams and tables, along with highlighted notations packed with life-saving real-world guidelines for minimizing radiated noise, selecting topologies, designing manufacturable magnetics, managing heat- the works.
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The design of power supplies is a fundamental aspect of almost every electronic and engineering project. This text is for the practising engineer, and presents practical details on how to build a power supply that works the first time it is turned on.Review:
" I encourage those students or designers who would like to get an idea about designing power supplies to read the book." ( IEEE Circuits & Devices Magazine, September/October 2006)
"Engineers, technicians, and power supply designers will find this an invaluable book to quickly learn and apply the knowledge...to designing and building the right power supplies for an application." (IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, July/August 2006)
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