MTBF is the measure for the reliability of a device or system component. In this blog article you will learn what exactly is meant by MTBF, why it is an important quality indicator for power supplies and how it differs from service lifetime.
Heat is the arch enemy for the service lifetime of a power supply. In this article, you will learn more about how service lifetime is determined by temperature and how the PULS Cool design counteracts this.
Derating is a protective measure which allows to use power supplies at high temperatures, at high altitudes or in alternative mounting orientations. In this blog article you will learn what you should consider when it comes to derating.
A high inrush current is problematic for an efficient and simplified system design. In this blog article you will learn why inrush current occurs in power supplies and which methods manufacturers apply to minimize it.
In this BLOG article we will explain how a power supply works on a very basic level. You will also learn more about the difference of an AC/DC converter and a DC/DC converter.