TI sets power supply seminar dates

tilogoDallas, Tex. — Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has set the North America schedule for its 2010 Power Supply Design Seminar series. Bob Mammano and other TI power management gurus will conduct one-day seminars in 30 cities in the United States and Canada beginning Sept. 8, 2010.

The seminars provide technical and practical presentations that combine new advanced power supply concepts, basic design principles and real-world application examples. Seminars are also planned for Europe, Asia, Mexico and South America for 2011. For more information and to register for an upcoming seminar, visit:

Topics include:
–Under the Hood of Flyback SMPS Designs
–Incorporating Active-Clamp Technology to Maximize Efficiency in Flyback and Forward Designs
–Designing an LLC Resonant Half-Bridge Power Converter
–Power Factor Correction Using the Buck Topology — Efficiency Benefits & Practical Design Considerations
–Designing Magnetic Components for Optimum Performance in Low-Cost, AC-DC Converter Applications
–A New Dual Half-Bridge, DC/DC Converter with Wide-Range ZVS and Zero Circulating Current
–Designing a Solar-Cell Driven LED Outdoor Lighting System — A Comparison of Digital and Analog Power Control Solutions

The cost of the day-long seminar in the U.S. and Canada is $99. Pricing includes a continental breakfast, lunch, a copy of the seminar manual and presentation materials.