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Efficient Power Conversion (EPC) Introduces 60 W Class-E Amplifier Development Board with Latest Generation 200 V eGaN FET Enabling High Efficiency Up to 15 MHz

Efficient Power Conversion (EPC) Introduces 60 W Class-E Amplifier Development Board with Latest Generation 200 V eGaN FET Enabling High Efficiency Up to 15 MHz

EPC’s new EPC9083 development board enables power system designers to easily and quickly evaluate the high efficiency achieved with a high performance 200 V gallium nitride transistor in a class-E amplifier used in wireless power, LiDAR, current-mode class-D, and push-pull converters operating up to 15 MHz.

EL SEGUNDO, Calif.— August 2017 — Providing an easy-to-use way for power systems designers to evaluate the exceptional performance of gallium nitride transistors and get their products into volume production quickly, Efficient Power Conversion Corporation (EPC) announces the EPC9083, a high efficiency, flexible, GaN-based differential mode development board that can operate up to 15 MHz, including 6.78 MHz which is popular for wireless power applications.

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WiGaN: Low Cost Differential-Mode Wireless Power Class-E Amplifier Using eGaN FETs

WiGaN: Low Cost Differential-Mode Wireless Power Class-E Amplifier Using eGaN FETs

In this installment of WiGaN, a differential-mode class-E amplifier for 6.78 MHz loosely coupled resonant wireless power applications is presented. It uses the EPC2037 eGaN® FET which has a small (0.9 mm x 0.9 mm) footprint and can be driven directly with a logic gate. The amplifier is AirFuel™ Class 2 compatible, capable of delivery up to 6.5 W load power over an impedance range of 70j Ω.

EEWeb - Wireless & RF Magazine
Yuanzhe Zhang, Ph.D., Director of Applications Engineering
Michael de Rooij, Ph.D., Vice President of Applications Engineering
April 12, 2016
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