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


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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


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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.