GaN Systems of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, will showcase new products and design tools at the IEEE International Power Electronics and Application Conference and Exposition (PEAC), an international event related to power electronics, energy conversion, and applications in Shenzhen, China on Nov. 4-7, 2018.
The company will also provide customer demonstrations, and representatives will present two industry sessions and one tutorial session for the conference. Furthermore, GaN Systems, the sponsor of the GaN Systems Cup Challenge design competition, will announce the winners at the awards ceremony at PEAC.
Solutions & Design Tools
The company says that the NEW GS-065 low current (4A to 11A) line, when combined with its EZDrive TM circuit, eliminates the need for a discrete or integrated driver. This eliminated need for a driver enables the line to reduce system costs. According to GaN Systems, this solution for sub-1kW power is perfect for many applications such as AC adapters for gaming and workstation laptops, LED lighting, TV power, and wireless power systems.
GaN Systems also added a new 50 W wireless power amplifier to its solutions in wireless power transfer and charging applications that include a 100 W power amplifier and 300 W power amplifier products. The company targets the new 50 W power amplifier for lower power applications in consumer, industrial, and automotive markets such as handheld electronics, power tools, toys, and household, as well as applications including robots, drones, and scooters.
The firm will release Two NEW PLECS ® simulation models for 3-Phase Traction Inverter and Single-Phase T-Type 3-Level Inverter designs for GaN Systems’ Circuit Simulation Tool. GaN Systems contends the platform helps power designers rapidly tune parameters to meet their design goals and view the results in real time.
“We continue to listen to our customers and provide the industry-leading solutions they need to be successful whether they are creating high-frequency wireless products or maximizing output in a power system,” said Paul Wiener, VP of strategic marketing for GaN Systems.