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Driving SiC/GaN power converters

The power converter market continues to evolve fast, moving from simple performance/cost designs to broader and more sustainable innovations. However, new challenges are proliferating, including the need to make smaller yet more efficient power converters that can serve smaller servo drives or be integrated into distributed energy storage units. This also means having higher working voltage to manage higher power without increasing weight and dimensions, like in solar string inverters and electric vehicle traction motors.

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