CE+T Power has used Gallium Nitride into its tiny inverter who won the Google Research & IEE Little Box Challenge earlier this year. The technology of this innovative tiny inverter rose many questions and ideas within the engineering sphere.
“Experience working with Gallium Nitride was the outstanding features of the switch which helped us to keep high efficiency but also the difficulties to drive them at high switching frequency which nearly make us developing a specific driving circuit.” Olivier Bomboir, New Business & Product Management
GaN Systems has teamed up with CE+T Power in order to provide technical information to as many technical events as possible, such as in this video:
You can meet our tiny inverter when visiting GaN Systems participation to following events:
- May 10-12 PCIM with GaN Systems, in Nuremberg, Germany
- September 5-9 EPE-ECCE Europe with GaN Systems, in Karlsruhe, Germany
- September 18-22 ECCE with GaN Systems, in Milwaukee (WI), USA
- November 8-11 Electronica with GaN Systems, in München, Germany