Optimize the integration of capacitors on busbar to achieve lowest inductance

This Rogers webinar will review the design of the DC link system using optimized solutions based on standard capacitors integrated onto a laminated busbar. The integrated capacitor-busbar solution is a part of the DC Link System. The ROLINX CapLink Solution is ideal to support IGBT/SiC technology devices working at very high switching frequencies with increased voltages and higher temperatures. It can achieve both lowest equivalent series resistance (ESR) and lowest equivalent series inductance (ESL) in flexible and compact design.

The webinar is beneficial for mechanical and electrical engineers involved in developing power systems and other critical applications likes traction drive inverters for HEV/EV,  inverter systems for solar and wind power as well as traction inverters and all kinds of power systems where busbars & capacitors are used.

Speakers

  • Dominik Pawlik is a Product Innovation Manager with more than 15 years of experience in Sales, Product Management and Business Development in electrical industrial markets. He holds an MSc Eng, in Electrical Engineering and for the past three years has been employed at Rogers Corporation.
     
  • Jan Daneels is R&D Engineer with more than 15 years of experience in capacitors and is working for Rogers Corporation for more than one year. He holds an MSc Engineering in Electronics.


 


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