Efficient use of energy is a key factor in many applications. For battery-powered applications, high efficiency means increased runtime, which in turn requires getting the most out of the battery’s limited resources. For grid-tied applications, efficiency means less heat generated, easing device design and enabling smaller devices, lower cost systems, lower operating costs, and a “greener” implementation...
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