Vicor to showcase new innovations at Electronica China 2013

Thu, 03/07/2013 - 11:43am
The Associated Press

Vicor Corporation (NASDAQ: VICR) today announced its participation in Electronica China 2013, the international trade fair for electronic components, systems and applications, hosted at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, March 19 - 21. Among the highlights planned for Electronica China 2013, Vicor will unveil the newest additions to its portfolio of high-performance, high-efficiency power management solutions, and host demonstrations designed to showcase the latest innovations in power electronics from AC to the Point of Load.

At Vicor's booth, attendees can visit with Vicor's expert team of power management architects to learn more about solutions and trends such as 400 Vdc bus conversion solutions for high-voltage power distribution, enhancements to Vicor's Factorized Power Architecture™ (FPA™) for current multiplication at the point of load, and Zero-Voltage Switching (ZVS) point-of-load DC-DC regulation.

Among the Vicor products in the spotlight at Electronica China 2013 will be its VI Brick® AC Front End™ module for high-density, high-efficiency AC-DC power conversion, operating over the universal AC input range of 85 - 264 V to deliver a fully isolated and PFC regulated 48 V output in a low profile package measuring 95.3 mm x 48.6 mm and only 9.55 mm in height. Vicor's award-winning Picor® Cool-Power® ZVS Buck Regulator product line for high-efficiency point-of-load DC-DC regulation will also be featured, alongside exciting new Vicor products and technologies to be unveiled publically at the event.

Electronica China 2013 attendees can visit Vicor in booth E1.1412. To schedule a meeting with Vicor at the event, please visit Vicor's website.

Electronica China is one of the world's leading conferences for technology components, systems and applications, drawing a high volume of exhibitors and attendees from around the globe. For more information about Electronica China 2013, visit




Share this Story

You may login with either your assigned username or your e-mail address.
The password field is case sensitive.