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Power electronics are important in electric vehicle applications because they provide high-efficiency and compact power conversion solutions. Power electronics is a circuitry device that can transfer power from a single source to a load in a compact, effective, and sturdy manner to allow for optimal utilisation.
In addition, this device is used to control the conversion of electric power using transistors, diodes, and thyristors.
Renewable energy generation, improvements in energy infrastructure, and energy-efficient compact electronics components are some of the primary factors driving the growth of Europe’s power electronics industry.
The power electronics industry in Europe is expected to increase significantly in the future. Power semiconductor integrated devices that have lately been created, such as power MOSFETs, thyristors, and IGBTs, are driving up demand for these devices.
The Europe Power Electronics Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
At PCIM Europe, PEM launched the Rogowski current probe 100mm and 3.5mm thick.
As a result, current probes are ideal for measuring current in today’s renewable and power electronic applications.
The CWTMini50HF has a coil diameter of 100mm and a thickness of 3.5mm. According to the business, it has a rise time capability of 12.5ns, which is ideal for the demanding environment of converters employing modern power SiC semiconductor switches.
Models in the CWT HF series have coil lengths ranging from 300 to 1,000mm, or even longer.
They allow measurement in a wide range of applications, including high frequency bearing current in machine shafts, lightning strikes and pulsed power applications, and power measurement in big motor drives.
PEM has presented several technical white papers on noise-isolating, wide-band Rogowski probes at international conferences.
It also includes a variety of extensive technical comments on the CWT HF family, including best practice recommendations, practical measurements demonstrating performance in real-world applications, and important information on inherent probe latency, rise-time capabilities, slew rate, and bandwidth.
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