MAKING INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT MORE EFFICIENT AND DECENTRALIZED WITH GAN SEMICONDUCTORS
Modern manufacturing companies need to respond to the new technology and energy requirements that accompany the inevitable evolution to tomorrow’s Industry 4.0 smart factories. Escalating use and costs of electricity to power increasingly automated robotic and motorized production lines means that manufacturers need to develop new operational practices if they hope to stay competitive. In order to keep costs down and revenue up, increased energy efficiencies are needed across the factory floor. And to maintain continuous operations 24/7, simpler, more reliable, and yet more powerful motor drives in all forms of machinery will be a requirement.
Amount of global electricity industrial motors and motion control currently consume.
Supporting the Next Industrial Revolution Through Power Supply Design
GaN semiconductors enable the design and production of small, high efficiency motor drives that ease filtering and enable the use of longer length and lower cost unshielded cables as well as long range wireless charging in factories. Additionally, wireless charging and longer runtime robots are driving manufacturing and warehouse efficiencies. HiRel customers have very specific requirements. Contact Teledyne for aero, space and related applications.
SMALLER MOTOR DRIVES
GREATER ENERGY EFFICIENCY
LOWER SYSTEM COST
GaN Technology in Industrial Markets
– Motor drives
– Power tools
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