Railway auxiliary power

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Railway auxiliary power

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs for railway auxiliary power systems help you create compact, robust and reliable power converters with high-efficiency, long lifetime isolation and multiprotocol train communication interfaces with high electromagnetic compatibility (EM) immunity.

Design requirements:

    Railway auxiliary power systems often require:

  • Robust, isolated IGBT/SiC FET gate drives with integrated protection and high CMTI.
  • High-performance, real-time processing for advanced digital power control.
  • Multiple train communication interfaces such as CAN, MVB and Ethernet for high interoperability with other systems.
  • Advanced diagnostics and monitoring for easier service and predictive maintenance.

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Type Title Date
Application note Isolated CAN Solution by Using ISO1050 and SN6501 (Rev. B) PDF | HTML 22 Sep 2022
Application note Understanding the Short Circuit Protection for Silicon Carbide MOSFETs (Rev. B) 07 May 2022
White paper Power Electronics in Motor Drives: Where is it? (Rev. A) 08 Oct 2019
White paper Silicon carbide gate drivers -- a disruptive technology in power electronics (Rev. A) 28 Feb 2019
White paper Integrated digital output drivers simplify sensor designs 22 Sep 2017
Application note Fast Current Loop Library 08 May 2017
Analog Design Journal Common-mode transient immunity for isolated gate drivers 02 Nov 2015
Application note Analysis of Power Supply Topologies for IGBT Gate Drivers in Industrial Drives 06 Jul 2015

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