It’s not uncommon for power design projects to encounter cost and time overruns during development. In many cases these additional costs are unavoidable, but difficult to forecast. More rigid design processes make it harder to accommodate changes, magnifying the hidden costs.
- Why off-the-shelf power supplies can actually increase project risk
- How discrete designs extend timescales and can increase the likelihood of redesigns
- How a methodology based on power components can help eliminate these hidden costs