Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Sponsors: Mouser Electronics, Maxim Integrated and Coilcraft
Duration: 1 Hour
Please join experts from Coilcraft and Maxim for a collaborative discussion on how to reduce complexity and footprints for power solutions.
Due to its relatively simple design and small component count, the flyback topology remains very popular for isolated DC-DC converter applications. Micro-power and low-power applications are growing in demand, driving the need to reduce solution sizes and design complexities even further. In response to these needs, the “no-opto” flyback is becoming a new preferred topology.
No-opto isolated DC-DC solutions provide high efficiency, smallest size and lowest BOM by eliminating unreliable opto-couplers and related feedback components. This brings at least 30% smaller PCB space and 50% less BOM. Also, it offers better EMI and immunity against RF interface with adjustable switching frequency for flyback topology.
In this webinar, attendees will learn:
- The size and performance benefits of off-the-shelf transformers for “no-opto” flyback converters.
- What is No-opto Flyback?
- What is the benefit of No-opto flyback?
- How to start design of no-opto flyback circuit?
- What is needed for design solution?
Len Crane, Technical Marketing Director, Coilcraft
Len Crane has 35+ years of transformer and inductor design experience with Coilcraft. As Engineering Manager for nineteen years and Technical Marketing Director since 2005, Len’s focus is on the application of Coilcraft products; developing application notes and web tools for the optimal selection and use of Coilcraft magnetics.
Len Crane holds a B.S. Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Masters of Engineering Management from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
Luke Chung, Executive Business Manager, Industrial Power, Maxim Integrated
Prior to joining Maxim in 2018, Luke was a senior director at MAPS, Inc. which is a start-up company that designs and manufactures wireless power transfer ICs. Previously, Luke was a senior marketing manager at Fairchild Semiconductor, responsible for the power semiconductor products for consumer and communication application.
Luke earned MSEE/BSEE degrees from Seoul National University at Seoul, Korea in 2001 and 1999 respectively.