Archive for the ‘Control’ Category


April 25, 2018 by Hamish Laird

ELMG Digital Power invites you to register for our tailored training course, ‘Introduction to Advanced Digital Control of Power Electronics’ Register to secure your place. Camarillo, California The workshop is in Camarillo, California. September 17th to 20th 2018 Be among the best digital power electronics control engineers and get the best digital control of power […]

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Frequency Responses for Control

September 25, 2017 by Hamish Laird

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 understanding frequency responses for control how to use frequency responses for control in design of power converters Thursday 12th October at […]

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Advanced Digital Control Power Electronics Course

October 19, 2016 by Hamish Laird

Digital Control Power Electronics course – January 30 to February 2 The next Advanced Digital Control of Power Electronics training course is running in Camarillo, California January 30 to February 2 Registrations open now – click here or on the button below Course outline is here. Four days The course has been expanded to four days […]

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Latching digital PWM – good feature or bad feature

August 7, 2016 by Hamish Laird

  This from a discussion in the Digital Power Electronics Control Group on Linkedin  ‘I was wondering if you could explain what you mean by “…ensuring that the PWM does not latch at the switching speed (very important for wide bandwidth)”. Isn’t the PWM comparator by nature a latch? Are you implying for best performance one […]

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On the course do you address the issues that occur in digital control teams between software engineers and power electronics hardware engineers

August 2, 2016 by Hamish Laird

How do hardware and software engineers talk to each other? This is the extract from a recent conversation on LinkedIn between power electronics engineers of all different flavors.  It sums up beautifully the issues between hardware and software engineers in digital power electronics control developments. (Names shortened to protect the innocent.) D. H. ‘Y. & […]

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