News, views and contacts from the global Army industry
 

TDI is Granted Patent for Low Voltage Converter Utilising Distributed Secondary Circuits

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 by TDI Power

TDI Power has been granted a patent for a low output voltage converter utilising distributed secondary circuits. The inventors of this unit include Gary Mulcahy, CTO, John Santini, VP of engineering, and Joe Mancuso, principal engineer.

The use of voltage converters is well known where a particular voltage is needed for a specific application and differs from the obtainable source voltage. As energy consumption and power control have evolved, so has the need for improved and efficient power management.

As energy consumption and power control have evolved, so has the need for improved and efficient power management.

As components for computers and electrical devices become a center of consumer demand, attention has shifted to the delivery of low-voltage output from an industry-standard or readily manageable voltage source.

Components for computers and electrical devices are becoming smaller and smaller, so the need for more effective low output power control is becoming increasingly significant.