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Discrete Transformerless Voltage Multipliers and Cap Chargers for Voltage Multiplication Vishay
Stepping up AC voltages is not uncommon, but when size and cost are key, discrete voltage multipliers can fit the bill. Voltage multipliers can be used in low-voltage analog and high-voltage, high-power industrial designs.

Optimizing Power Designs with OptiMOS™ 6 MOSFETs Paul Golata
You have the power to optimize your power designs. Infineon Technologies’ OptiMOS™ 6 Power MOSFET 40V family offers class-leading cutting-edge power MOSFETs for the highest power density and energy-efficient solutions.

New Tech Tuesdays: Designers Have More USB Type-C Power Choices Tommy Cummings
Not all future smartphones will include chargers, so engineers have an opportunity to step up designs for USB Type-C power systems. Let’s take a look at some options.

STEM-ulating Learning With Analog Devices Tommy Cummings
These Analog Devices products enable students–even hobbyists–to learn more electrical engineering concepts in an interdisciplinary and applied approach while not in a classroom setting.

Conversion Calculators Add up to Reliability Tommy Cummings
Inquiring minds, young and old, novice and experienced, need a reliable source to turn to when they encounter the critical elements of technology. That's where Mouser’s Conversion Calculators section comes in.

Drivers & SiC MOSFETs Open Gates to Power Switching Paul Golata
In the age of isolation, come in and learn how to open the gates to power switching through Infineon Technologies gate drivers and SiC MOSFETs.

Nano, Nano: Shrinking Power Consumption Down in Analog Power Design Paul Golata
Using their analog expertise, ROHM Semiconductor has developed a new product line, the Nano Series, to achieve more compact parts that require less energy to operate.

Failure Modes Matter Kelly Casey
When a piece of electronics fails, the manner in which that failure occurs is important and should be included in the design specification – especially for a consumer product. Most manufacturers realize that a UL (or ETL or other safety lab) Listing is a minimum requirement for product safety. But those requirements are focused on preventing fires and shock hazards. A piece of gear that fails in a plume of foul-smelling toxic fog, coupled with a few sparks or even a good ol’ firecracker report invokes a visceral reaction in the consumer that will absolutely guarantee that the replacement product will be a different brand. They just don’t want to experience that violent, scary failure again and will go out of their way to assure no repeat performances.

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