What the New Solar Tariff Means for Businesses

In January, the U.S. government announced that there would be a 30% tariff on imported solar cells and modules.

“Our action today helps to create jobs in America for Americans. We’ll be making solar products now much more so in the United States. Our companies have been decimated, and those companies are going to be coming back strong,” said President Trump at the signing ceremony. 

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APEC 2018:  Event & Exhibition Details for Pulse Electronics

The Pulse Electronics Power, Mil-Aero Team and Egston A Pulse Electronics Company will be exhibiting at this year's 33rd annual Applied Power Electronics Conference 2018 in San Antonio, Texas. If you're planning on attending APEC 2018, here are some key details you should know, along with exhibition details for Pulse Electronics - we invite you to visit our booth and say hello!

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New Automotive Grade Series of Molded Inductors: PA4346 & PA4349

Pulse Electronics Power Business Unit has released the PA434X.XXXANLT series of automotive grade molded inductors and the extension of commercial grade molded inductors by adding the PA4546, PA4547 and PA4548 series to our existing line of industrial grade inductors.

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New PH9455 Series: Nanoncrystalline Common Mode Chokes

Pulse Electronics Power Business Unit has released a new amorphous metal common mode choke. The nanocrystalline core PH9455.xxxNL series comes in a reduced size that allows for a higher impedance per unit volume when compared to ferrite choke.

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[INFOGRAPHIC] Solar Inverters: What Sits under the Solar Panel Matters

From those who want to save some bucks by going solar, to the environmental-friendly folk looking for green energy sources, to the ones who merely want to upgrade their conventional solar power generation system, each client of solar energy has varying needs. As an engineer, you first need to consider the design requirements of each consumer.

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Optimizing Battery Management in Renewable Energy Storage Systems

Electrical power generation across the world must overcome a significant challenge: using renewable energy sources to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Although renewable energy sources have been around for a while, there is still difficulty in finding a more efficient and cost-effective way of storing harvested energy.

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Using Battery Management Systems for More Reliable EVs and PHEVs

Consumers continue to care about their environmental footprint, which has kept the clean energy trend on an upward trajectory. As clean energy continues to gain popularity, more and more electric vehicles of all kinds –quadcopters, bikes, cars and even cargo trucks – are gradually acquiring a presence in niches currently dominated by fossil fuel technologies.

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Pulse Electronics Power BU Expands ISO/TS 16949 Certified Locations in China

Pulse Electronics Power Business Unit is proud to announce the TS16949 certification of our Suining, China manufacturing location.

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EDS Summit 2017: Overview & Details for Pulse Electronics Power BU

If you’re in the electronics industry, then you probably heard the buzz about this year’s annual EDS Summit 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Between meetings with our distributors and chats with our sales reps on our 2017 EDS plans, the Pulse Electronics Power Team was excited to share the news of improved performance with everyone.

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LTspice Models Download Available on Pulse Power BU Website

Product and engineering teams all over the world rely on LTspice models to reduce simulation time.

The Pulse Electronics Power BU website now has a greatly expanded range of power inductor LTspice models available for download to help engineers save time, yield detailed waveforms, and allow for the flexibility for arbitrary circuit modifications when designing advanced circuits.

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