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PCIM: RUTRONIK POWER presents scalable system solutions (Hall 7, Stand 226)

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In Hall 7, Stand 226 at PCIM, Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH is presenting, in the shape of RUTRONIK POWER, its new range featuring a comprehensive power product portfolio and concentrated power know-how.

RUTRONIK POWER offers a complete portfolio of power components for different performance categories and areas of application.

With the ideal combination of active, passive and electromechanical components, RUTRONIK POWER covers every power component on the assembly, thereby facilitating scalable solutions for any conversions and the active switching of power applications with resistive, capacitive and inductive loads.

At PCIM, the focus will be on three topics:

  • Everything to do with power supply - from wall-mounted and desktop adapters via open-frame network devices to ATX switching power supplies. A demo will illustrate synchronous rectification in flyback topologies.
  • Motor control - with integrated, scalable solutions for motor control units and controls, a demo set-up will show the control of a water pump based on a BLDC motor.
  • Wireless charging solutions - various transmitter and receiver ICs are supplemented by specific complementary components such as MOSFETs, Zener diodes, charge coils, capacitors, LEDs and resistors. With all its technologies and products as well as the co-ordination of their compatibility,

RUTRONIK POWER also combines the relevant know-how. The company's experienced product and application engineers will be on hand for PCIM trade fair visitors to the Rutronik stand.

In the expert presentation entitled "Hybrid energy storage system from battery and double layer capacitors (EDLC)", Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Andreas Mangler (Director Strategic Marketing & Communications at Rutronik), Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lutz Zacharias and Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Ringo Lehmann (both from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the West Saxon University of Applied Sciences, Zwickau) will examine system analysis, switching topologies and their practical implementation in a digitally controlled system for the low-voltage range.

The presentation will take place in the expert forum in Hall 6 on Tuesday, 10 May 2016 from 1 to 1.45 p.m.