VIPerPlus HV converters for SMPS webinar

Achieving high performance and flexibility in SMPS design with VIPerPlus


Wednesday, April 17th, 2019 | 12:00 pm Central time

Miss the live webinar? Check out the recording to learn how STMicroelectronics' VIPerPlus integrated AC/DC high-voltage converters offer high levels of flexibility and performance in SMPS design.

The robust and versatile VIPerPlus series of high-voltage converters maximizes design flexibility by addressing virtually any SMPS design requirement below 15 W, and with a full set of design and evaluation tools available, you’ll have your SMPS application up and running quickly.

During the session we will also cover some common applications and topologies where VIPerPlus converters are used.

You will learn

  • The lineup of state-of-the-art converters in the VIPerPlus series
  • The segments, applications, and topologies that benefit from VIPerPlus
  • The key VIPerPlus products and their differentiating features
  • The full range of available evaluation boards and design tools

Speaker

Marc Laudani is the Marketing Manager for Industrial Markets for the Americas region, based in Santa Clara, CA. He received his Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Politecnico of Turin (Italy), and began his career in 1997 as an application engineer with International Rectifier. Marc joined ST in 1999, and prior to his current role he held positions as application engineer for power switches and technical marketing manager leading development strategy for high-voltage super-junction power MOSFETs, including SiC MOSFET, and GaN HEMT.

 

Product details

The VIPerPlus series of high-voltage converters combines an 800 V avalanche-rugged MOSFET with a leading-edge PWM controller. With extremely low total standby consumption (less than 4 mW at 230 VAC) and high efficiency over a wide load range, VIPerPlus devices enable SMPS designs that satisfy the most demanding energy-saving regulations with enhanced reliability and scalability, and can cut in half the component count.

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