Optimizing Power Design for Industrial & Automotive using a 5 W Isolated Buck
Learn how a new isolated buck DC-DC point-of-load voltage regulator simplifies design of low-voltage industrial and automotive applications
This webinar was broadcast on Thursday, May 13th, 2021
Watch a 1-hour, on-demand webinar, where we present the very first chip down, easy-to-use solution for isolated buck applications, along with an overview of the latest standalone DC-DC converters for industrial and automotive from STMicroelectronics.
We cover typical use-cases, design guidelines, and common pitfalls to avoid when designing low-cost, low-current, isolated and non-isolated DC-DC step-down conversion solutions—from 24-60 V DC input to low-voltage rails.
You will learn:
- The operating principles of isolated buck regulators
- Typical applications and implementation
- About available hardware evaluation tools and design simulator
- The latest DC-DC product releases from ST
|Fabrizio Librizzi received a bachelor of science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Palermo (Italy) in 1998, with a focus on power electronics. Soon after graduation, he began working at STMicroelectronics as an applications engineer, covering power electronics, analog front-end ICs, and power management ICs for portable applications, and issued two patents. In 2004 Fabrizio moved to marketing, where he is currently responsible for power management ICs.|
|Jeff Halio is a Product Marketing Staff Engineer with STMicroelectronics, supporting the general purpose analog portfolio and low-power RF products. Based in the Burlington, MA office, he joined ST in 2018 and has supported a breadth of products to ST customers in the eastern US, Canada, and Brazil. Prior to joining ST, Jeff worked as a Field Applications Engineer with Avnet, an ST distribution partner. Jeff graduated from Tufts University in 1994 with a BSEE.|