Galvanic Isolation: A New Paradigm for High Voltage Isolated Interfaces
Learn how to solve isolation design challenges with new solutions for protecting data transmission in demanding operating environments
Thursday, July 15th 2021
Do you need to transmit data in a high voltage environment? Do you want to protect your data transmission? If you answered 'yes' to either of these questions, then we hope you'll join us for a one-hour webinar to discover reliable galvanic isolation solutions ideal for many industrial applications.
This webinar is geared for both new engineers as well as experienced system designers. Topics of the session will range from high level overviews of isolator technologies, to a complete design implementation using the STISO621 dual-channel digital isolator.
The demonstration session will take you through the design of a 3-phase power metering solution with shunt-based current sensors and ST digital isolator technology. This solution is a cost-effective alternative to traditional methods leveraging current transformers for isolation.
We will also introduce you to the ISOSD61, ST's new isolated sigma-delta converter. This is a very unique device that allows for high precision analog sensing directly over an isolation barrier. The session will conclude with an interactive Q&A session with our product experts.
You will learn:
- The fundamentals of different isolator technologies
- How and when to use isolated interface devices
- How to use isolated interface ICs in a power metering application
- The advantages of using digital isolators in high performance metering applications
- Where to find tools for developing systems using isolated interfaces
This webinar will be broadcast in both English and Portuguese. Please review the sessions listed below and select your preferred language during the registration process.
- English: July 15th, 2021 at 2:00 pm EDT
- Portuguese: July 15th, 2021 at 12:00 pm BRT
To participate in this free online event, simply register on my.st.com.
|Ryan Metevier |
Ryan is a Product Marketing Engineer covering industrial power conversion products for STMicroelectronics. He has an extensive background in the semiconductor industry developing new products from engineering, marketing, and product management perspectives. Ryan’s current focus is in industrial power conversion, working with customers and monitoring market trends for an industry-leading portfolio of power conversion products. Ryan holds a B.S. and M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in MA, and an MBA from the University of New Hampshire Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics.
|Marilena Sambataro |
Marilena is an Applications Manager in ST's Industrial and Power conversion division based in Catania, Italy. She has worked with metrology devices since 2004, and is responsible for application development, customer support, and definition of new products for this family based on international standards evolution and market requests. She holds an M.S. in Electronic Engineering from the University of Catania.
|Rogerio Bueno |
Rogerio is a Product Marketing Engineer covering industrial power conversion products for STMicroelectronics, based in the São Paulo, Brazil office. He joined ST in 2012 and has more than 25 years in product development, from engineering, marketing, and product management perspectives. His current focus is industrial power conversion supporting ST's industry-leading portfolio of power conversion, motion control and automation, smart grid and wireless battery charging systems. Rogerio is from São Paulo and holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from IMT - Maua Institute of Technology, and an MBA from ESPM – Superior School of Marketing.
|José Ricardo de Freitas |
Ricardo is a Senior Engineer at STMicroelectronics and is responsible for Power Line Communications products in the Americas region. He holds a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering from the Maua Engineering School and an MBA in Business Administration from FGV.
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