ELMG Digital Power are offering you the opportunity to attend our regular webinar on Digital Control in Power Electronics. This month’s webinar is titled “Frequency Responses for Control”.
This is an hour webinar covers
Thursday 12th October at 12 noon California time (3pm Eastern).
Join ELMG Digital Power’s regular monthly Digital Power Webinar and expand your Digital Power knowledge and expertise.
The webinar will be hosted and presented by Dr. Hamish Laird. Hamish is ELMG Digital Power’s CTO and presenter and teacher of the Digital Control of Power Electronics Workshop. He has 25 years experience the design and implementation of varied digital control systems and IP for power electronics.
This exciting opportunity is free and includes a 15 minute Q&A session with Dr. Hamish.
The webinar is scheduled for Thursday 12th October at 12 noon California time (3pm Eastern).
Click the link below to register. Spaces are limited.
Recently I got asked for advice on what we have for Digital Power Electronics Control Reference Books.
Digital power books at the top and hardcore control texts at the bottom.
We have all of these books on our shelves.
All are good.
We recently ran our digital control course in-house for a power electronics company.
Great group of guys and this is what they said.
“Everybody enjoyed the course, and it’s given us a lot of food for thought!”
Send us an e-mail and we’ll work a time out.
Yes – we use
It’s run by the same team
We also do the same workshop practical experiments to reinforce the learning.
No. It is covered by an NDA so we won’t disclose which company it was.
ELMG July Webinar feedback
Thank you for your time, Hamish. It was an hour with quite some information in.
I also was on such a seminar you mentioned, which showed an analog to digital compensator “transformation” (TI).
I also think that most of the papers I saw did it this way. I am more used to handle analog poles… Seems to be interesting to get a better feeling for the z-Plane poles/zeroes. Is there also some paper/book you can recommend to get some better feeling about s vs z plane?
A question from my side is: You mentioned a tool you can download and try some code for free, if I remember right. Can you post, which one that was?
… I am looking forward to the next.
The free software tool is SciLab www.scilab.org
It is a good tool. We use it for demonstrations.
Next webinar will be end of August. Dates will be available soon.
One of the highlights of being a world traveling digital power electronics guy is visiting cool companies. And these guys are super cool. The view from the cafe is exceptional. Big dreams and implementing relentlessly.
The uniqueness of the Digital Control Workshop is that it is not focussed on one microcontroller family. We cover the key know how that ensures you and your team will get your digital power supply robust and reliable.
Here at ELMG Digital Power our platform is an FPGA based power converter controller that we have developed. We sell power electronic specific FPGA IP blocks for PWM, filters, three to two blocks and all the other required power electronic blocks.
We have development experience in using processors for power electronics control from
Our course came about when and R and D manager asked us why his team had knowledge gaps that we were now helping fix. These gaps were common across a number of our OEM clients. We address these key common knowledge gaps in the course.
Happy to have a netmeeting or skype call to talk through this at anytime.