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Design Smaller, Lighter, More Efficient Motor Drives with Useful GaN-Based Reference Designs

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Led by applications such as e-bikes, scooters, city cars, drones, and robotics, modern motor drive designs have demanding size, weight, and efficiency needs. Gallium nitride (GaN) has quickly become the semiconductor of choice to provide the extremely small size, lowest EMI, lowest weight, and highest density solution for motor drive designs that result in longer range, lower distortion for lower acoustic noise, lower current ripple for reduced magnetic loss, lower torque ripple for improved precision, and lower filtering for lower cost. For engineers looking to implement GaN in their motor drive designs, EPC provides a versatile portfolio of reference designs to accelerate time-to-market.

In this webinar, we'll discuss:

  • EPC’s GaN FETs and ICs suitable for motor drive applications and accompanying reference designs and evaluation tools
  • How to accelerate the design process by utilizing EPC’s motor drive reference designs
  • Practical design considerations to prioritize performance metrics

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Marco Palma

Presenter: Marco Palma joined EPC in 2019, where he is Director of motor drives systems and applications. He has over 20 years of experience in motor control power electronics ranging from switches to gate drivers, controllers, and algorithms. For International Rectifier, Marco worked on the smallest 13 kW fully integrated and programmable motor drive power modules in 2002, the first industrial sensor-less FOC controller IC in 2004, and the smallest 100 W, fully integrated fan drive module in 2009. For Infineon technologies, he worked on the smallest programmable 100 W fully integrated motor control power module in 2018. He is the author of several articles and patents in the field of motor control. Marco received an MSEE from Politecnico di Torino and an MBA from Bocconi Milano.

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