Texas Instruments Power Management Lab Kit Debuts at Electronica

November 13, 2018 Laura Dolan

Würth Elektronik eiSos will appear at Electronica 2018 at the Munich Trade Fair Center, Booth B6-404 and A6-314, November 13-16, 2018 and reveal the new TI-PMLK (Texas Instruments Power Management Lab Kit) – Würth Elektronik Edition. The learning kit is designed to help engineering students and electrical engineers study and understand magnetics’ impact on a buck power supply.

With the TI-PMLK, users may evaluate the inductance of different inductors, explore inductors’ saturation and thermal behavior, determine DC and AC power losses, gauge ripple current and ripple voltage, and monitor continuous and discontinuous operation modes and transient response.

Designed with two independent buck circuits with six different inductors that can be individually selected, the interactive kit grants the users the ability to investigate the performances of inductors with different core materials, inductance, and size to analyze their impact on the static and dynamic performance of regulators.

“Since its introduction, the TI-PMLK has been used globally to bridge the gap between power theory and real-world applications for engineering students and professionals. With this new TI-PMLK edition, Würth Elektronik eiSos has added their expertise in magnetics to provide an even deeper learning experience around power electronics for engineers,” Ayesha Mayhugh, University Program Product Manager at Texas Instruments, stated.

For more information, visit www.we-online.com.

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