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Power Control Modules for Electronic Actuators Series, Part Three: Fundamentals of Pulse Width Modulation ...

Posted by: David Stockwell, Magnet-Schultz of America, CEO

Thu, Apr 09, 2015 @ 09:00 AM

POWER CONTROL MODULES FOR ELECRONIC ACTUATORS SERIES, PART THREE
Edited by David Stockwell; Technical information provided by Roland Mueller & Simon Benik

Fundamentals of Pulse Width Modulation Exploring the effects of INDUCTANCE, FREQUENCY AND INPUT CURRENT RIPPLE relating to On-Off Electromagnetic Devices.

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Topics: Innovative Collaboration with MSA, Theory of Operation, Continuous Duty Coil, Coil Temperature Control, Pulse Duty Coil, Electromagetic Devices, Power Control Modules, Intermittent Duty Coil, Electromagnetic Actuators, High Performing, Energy Efficient Solenoids

Power Control Modules for Electronic Actuators Series, Part Two: Fundamentals of Pulse Width Modulation, Including Effects of DUTY CYCLE and INDUCTANCE Relating to On-Off Electromagnetic Devices

Posted by: David Stockwell, Magnet-Schultz of America, CEO

Tue, Apr 07, 2015 @ 09:00 AM

POWER CONTROL MODULES FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC ACTUATORS: PART TWO
Edited by David Stockwell; Technical information provided by Roland Mueller & Simon Benik

Fundamentals of Pulse Width Modulation, including effects of DUTY CYCLE and INDUCTANCE relating to On-Off Electromagnetic Devices.

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Topics: Innovative Collaboration with MSA, Theory of Operation, Continuous Duty Coil, Coil Temperature Control, Pulse Duty Coil, Electromagetic Devices, Power Control Modules, Intermittent Duty Coil, Electromagnetic Actuators, High Performing, Energy Efficient Solenoids

Power Control Modules for Electronic Actuators Series, Part One: Basics of Solenoid Operation Demonstrating the Need for Improved Power Control

Posted by: David Stockwell, Magnet-Schultz of America, CEO

Fri, Apr 03, 2015 @ 09:00 AM

POWER CONTROL MODULES FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC ACTUATORS: PART ONE
Edited by David Stockwell; Technical information provided by Roland Mueller & Simon Benik

Magnet-Schultz of America (MSA) discuses how to achieve smaller, higher performing, more energy efficient solenoids, and avoid heat issues by utilizing electronic power control techniques, such as Pulse Width Modulation (PWM).

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Topics: Innovative Collaboration with MSA, Theory of Operation, Continuous Duty Coil, Coil Temperature Control, Pulse Duty Coil, Electromagetic Devices, Power Control Modules, Intermittent Duty Coil, Electromagnetic Actuators, High Performing, Energy Efficient Solenoids