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    Webinar - Digital control of power supplies – a new approach with XMC(TM)

    Digital power control of switched mode power supplies is a field in expansion. New functionalities like communication, firmware update, house-keeping or more advance control of power supplies, force engineers to introduce more often microcontrollers like Infineon's XMC™. It can handle both, full digital control of the power supply and all other important house-keeping functions. In this webinar, we will have a closer look at the XMC™ approach and, in particular, how to get started quickly into digital control - thanks to a new evaluation kit based on a low voltage buck converter: XMC™ Digital Power Explorer
    Attendees will learn
    • Digital control of power supplies
    • XMC™ Digital Power Explorer boards
    • High resolution PWM
    • Infineon's XMC™ portfolio addressing SMPS
    • Infineon's XMC™ toolchain for developing digital control applications
    Who should attend?
    Application Engineers, Power Supply Designers, Product Marketing, Technical Marketing, Sales Organization

    When?
    30 June, 2016 | 5 pm CET.

    Register now!

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    Last edited by Bernd Brachmann; Jun 28th, 2016 at 04:55 AM.

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