New ACEINNA and WPG Americas Webinar – All about Current Sensor Trends for Next Generation Power Conversion & Management
Andover, Massachusetts- June 30, 2020
This free, one-hour webinar is for developers of power supplies and power management for data centers / server farms, industrial appliances, motors & machines, electric vehicle and other high-power applications that require extremely reliable and high performing power supplies. In addition, personal electronics, IoT systems and home appliances are also requiring more effective power supply systems.
This webinar will also cover the technical challenges in power management performance and efficiency that will be required to enable the next generation of electronic and electrical solutions.
We will discuss the growing need for improved current sensor technologies for high power conversion applications including faster switching wide bandgap Silicon Carbide & Gallium Nitrate based power systems. This webinar will also discuss the critical specification in selecting current sensors, examining the pros and cons of the leading types of current sensing technologies such as Hall-effect, transformers, shunt resistor and AMR.
July 16, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this webinar:
- Key market drivers and current sensor trends
- Examples of high-power conversion applications needing current sensors
- What are critical specifications when selecting current sensor for present and
future applications challenges
- Overview of the top four current sensor technologies
- How does ACEINNA AMR current sensor work?
- How ACEINNA AMR current sensor meets the present and future performance needs of power conversion
- Overview of the ACEINNA current sensor family
Khagendra Thapa (Vice President, Business Development for Current Sensor at ACEINNA)
Mr. Thapa has over 22 years of business management and leadership experience in the electronics equipment and semiconductor industry. With a strong engineering background, he excelled as a Senior Design Engineer and Principle System Engineer, then moved on to take various global senior roles as a WW Strategic Marketing Manager, Business Unit Director and Senior Director of Business Development both in UK and USA. Mr. Thapa holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communication, a Master degree in Power Electronics from University of Birmingham in UK and MBA from Manchester Business School in UK.
FOR MORE INFORMATION