Understanding Motor Drivers Thermal Management Webinar

Many thermal metrics exist for integrated circuit packages, ranging from θJA to ΨJT. These figures are very handy to estimate the junction temperature (TJ) in steady state. Transient thermal impedance is a measure of how a device behaves when pulsed power is applied to it. In motor driver applications, it is important to determine the behavior of low duty cycle, low-frequency pulsed loads.

Join MPS Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer Christophe Vaucourt for this webinar to learn about thermal transient behaviors, and the theory and measurement methods to estimate thermal impedance. This discussion will detail practical guidelines on how to maximize the power-handling capability of integrated circuits in pulsed power applications.

In this webinar, learn about:

  • Theory Behind Thermal Impedance
  • How to Measure Motor Driver Thermal Transient Behavior
  • Guidelines on How to Maximize Motor Driver Power-Handling Capabilities

We will be presenting the same content 2 times.  Please select the day and time that works best for your location.

Session 1: March 22, 2023 10:00 AM CET | 2:00 AM PDT | 5:00 AM EDT

Session 2: March 22, 2023 5:00 PM CET | 9:00 AM PDT | 12:00 PM EDT

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