Power Modules vs. Complete Power Supply Units

Power Modules vs. Complete Power Supply Units

Time to market, costs, size constraints, design risk and ease of use are among the most common factors when choosing between power modules and a complete power supply unit.

By adding some input and output capacitors, electronics designers are supposed to develop their power supplies quickly, confident that design requirements will be met easily. In particular, some power modules are available in compliance with the specifications of European Standard EN50155 for Railway Applications.

Is it really that easy to develop a power supply for railway applications, using a power module?

Read more about this essential and divers’ topic in the new intreXis white-paper here.

This information was originally posted by intreXis AG.

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