EPC Efficient Power Conversion
- EPC is the leader in enhancement mode gallium nitride based power management devices. EPC was the first to introduce enhancement-mode gallium-nitride-on-silicon (eGaN®) FETs as power MOSFET replacements in applications such as DC-DC converters, wireless power transfer, envelope tracking, RF transmission, power inverters, remote sensing technology (LiDAR), and class-D audio amplifiers with device performance many times greater than the best silicon power MOSFETs.
In all topologies with 48 VIN, the highest efficiency comes with using GaN devices. 100 V GaN devices increase the efficiency, shrink the size, and reduce system cost for 48 V power conversion. Applications include servers, multi-user gaming systems, autonomous cars, artificial intelligence, and automotive power systems. Learn More
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EPC's EPC2214 is an 80 V, 20 mΩ eGaN FET with a pulsed current rating of 47 A in a tiny 1.8 mm x 1.8 mm footprint. Learn More
EPC's EPC9126/EPC9126HC dev boards are primarily intended to drive laser diodes with high current pulses with total pulse widths as low as 5 ns (10% of peak). Learn More
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Significant performance and size advantages over silicon power MOSFETs allow for improved system efficiency, reduced system costs, and reduced design size.Duration: 5 minutes
eGaN technology offers higher power density through size reduction and speed reduction, and parasitic reduction.Duration: 5 minutes
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In this video, EPC CEO Alex Lidow talks to Embedded Computing Design’s Alix Paultre at the APEC exhibition in Anaheim, California. The various design-ins shown underscore the advantages GaN-based devices can provide a power system.
In this episode of PSDtv Alex Lidow, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Efficient Power Conversion (EPC) is at APEC 2019 in Anaheim an Discusses why their GaN on Silicon devices make Silicon now dead.
In this video, Alex Lidow, CEO, takes a “walk through our booth,” showing eGaN FETs and ICs in a wide range of applications including EPC’s latest generation FETs for DC-DC conversion.