A Switch-mode Power Supply (SMPS) is used in an abundant number of applications, more than a linear supply. But a SMPS is much more complex than a linear design and requires generally more components, especially when the output voltage has to be very stable over a wide range of load and input voltage variations. A rough calculation on efficiency shows why they nevertheless are used in so many applications. Moreover they are generally more compact and lighter.
The course discusses the design of switch mode power supplies, general topologies, components of power circuits and switching devices. The topologies discussed are used for applications up to approximately 300 W.
€ 2.700,00 excl. VAT
2 modules of 3 consecutive days
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13-11-2019 | 09:00 - 17:00
14-11-2019 | 09:00 - 17:00
15-11-2019 | 09:00 - 17:00
15-01-2020 | 09:00 - 17:00
16-01-2020 | 09:00 - 17:00
17-01-2020 | 09:00 - 17:00
After the course, the participant will:...
After the course, the participant will:
Designers (level: BSc/MSc electronics, specialisation analog electronics) of power supplies, desi...
Designers (level: BSc/MSc electronics, specialisation analog electronics) of power supplies, designers of their specific components like wire wound components, switching devices and integrated control circuits. Engineers who have to repair a SMPS.
Lectures supported by exercises, a demonstration and a large assignment based on the contents of ...
Lectures supported by exercises, a demonstration and a large assignment based on the contents of module 1, to be made before module 2. Course notes.
Certificate of High Tech Institute if the results of the home assignment after module 1 is p...
Certificate of High Tech Institute if the results of the home assignment after module 1 is positive.
'Practical ins and outs which were really unique and can't be found in any literature.'
'Good level, well organized.'
'Extensive, very solid background for SMPS. Good practical examples/approach that is hard to find in textbooks or other trainings.'
'Most import items I have learned: In depth details of an SMPS, tips and tricks.'