Welcome to the 2023 High Voltage Seminar

On-demand content from the seminar is coming soon.

From managing complex wide-band gap power topologies to ensuring robust isolation architectures, working with high-voltage systems comes with a unique set of challenges. Learn more from sessions with our high-voltage experts with decades of experience, exploring some of the most pressing topics related to designing efficient, reliable and safe high-voltage applications.

Day 1 schedule

Learn from TI experts in sessions focused on traction inverter design, power delivery applications and isolation technology.  Understand how to use integrated gate drivers to improve traction inverter performance and monitoring, learn how GaN enables maxiumum efficiency in the totem-pole power factor correction stage, and see how component-level and system-level isolation technology enables end-equipment manufacturers to design high-voltage applications easily and reliably.

On-demand recordings and content are coming soon.

Day/time - All times are US Central Standard Time (UTC-6)
Key Design Considerations for Improved Efficiency and Power Density in 800-V SiC Traction Inverters Daniel Norwood Tuesday, June 27 at 8:00 a.m.
Designing Titanium-Grade Effeciency into GaN-Based Power Supplies Pengkun Liu Tuesday, June 27 at 9:00 a.m.
Overview of Isolation Certifications and What they Mean for your High-Voltage Designs Koteshwar Rao Tuesday, June 27 at 10:00 a.m.

Day 2 schedule

In these sessions, our experts from the GaN, C2000 real-time MCUs, isolation and industrial motor drives teams explore the technical challenges when designing a highly-efficienct, high-power density grid-tied power conversion system for micro-inverters and provide an overview of functional safety concepts in high-voltage systems for automotive and industrial applications.

On-demand recordings and content are coming soon.

Day/time - All times are US Central Standard Time (UTC-6)
Managing Power Conversion Challenges in Micro-Inverters Shamim Choudhury, Pengkun Liu Wednesday, June 28 at 8:00 a.m.
Introduction to Functional Safety for High-Voltage Systems Ashish Vanjari, Martin Staebler Wednesday, June 28 at 9:00 a.m.

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