Our team will deliver a presentation on Bi-Directional DC-DC converters @ PCIM Europe 2019
Our new projects within the Energy sector are coming to life and this is due to the ground-breaking technologies utilised in our solutions which are mainly deployed for applications in the area of Smart Grid, Electric Vehicle Charging, Renewables, Energy Storage and Railway. As part of our ongoing R&D initiatives, TPS team will be delivering a presentation on a 100kW Bi-Directional DC-DC Converter that uses SiC Mosfets at PCIM Europe on 9 May in Nürnberg.
Global electricity demand is growing rapidly and this is leading towards an increasing penetration of renewable energy generators, such as solar photovoltaics and the uptake of electric vehicles (EV). In this context, the ageing electrical grid requires innovative systems that facilitate the integration of these low carbon technologies into the distribution network and the need for bi-directional power flows is growing. This is where our cutting-edge solutions come in – During PCIM, our team will describe an isolated bi-directional full bridge DC-DC converter developed by TPS which can play a key role in the area of power electronics for smart grid reinforcement.
Want to discover more about our revolutionary solutions? Join TPS at PCIM Europe and listen to our team’s presentation to learn more about our latest innovation.
Click here to download the programme and find us on page 38 / 39 – Special Session: Smart Transformers
Room München 1 – NürnbergMesse, Karl-Schönleben-Str. Messeplatz 1
Dates & Times:
9 May 2019, at 11:15
About PCIM Europe
PCIM is one of the leading power electronic conferences that offers a user-driven platform for industry-specific presentations from the R&D departments of leading companies and universities. Attendees benefit from targeted knowledge transfer and, in first-time publications, specialists report on their latest developments and trends. Conference topics include the latest developments in power semiconductors, passive components, products for thermal management, energy storage, sensors, new materials and systems.