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Programmable Power Solutions for Laser Processes

For laser designs to truly shine, their power supplies must deliver precise and unwavering performance.

As laser technology advances, the demand for precise and reliable power supplies becomes increasingly vital. With laser processes replacing traditional high-energy consumption methods, it's imperative that the power supply maximizes performance without interruption or failure. As industrial lasers become integral to manufacturing processes, controllable DC Power integration is the next logical step to optimize efficiency, reduce costs, and minimize environmental impact.

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Learn more about Astrodyne TDI's  patented Liquid-Cooling technology and  programmable power  

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On-Demand Webinar: Programmable Power in Laser Processes 

 With the demand for laser power increasing, it’s essential that the laser power supply is flexible and reliable. Astrodyne TDI’s Chief Technical Officer, Gary Mulcahy, and Product Manager, Tamanna Kamra, will tell you everything you need to know about integrating controllable DC power sources into industrial and semiconductor lasers.

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On-Demand Webinar: Benefits of Liquid Cooling

With increasing power demand and the need to protect components from environmental contaminants, it is time to start thinking about your transition to liquid-cooling. Watch our OnDemand Webinar to learn about liquid cooled power solutions for demanding applications like Lasers. Our panelists walk through the common deciding factors in transitioning to liquid-cooled power converters and what you need to consider when choosing a liquid-cooled supply.

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Optimized Liquid-Cooled Power Converters

Optimized Liquid-Cooled Power Converters

Power converters present unique challenges in electronic packaging and heat management. This paper outlines these challenges and traces the evolution of packaging techniques utilizing liquid-cooling to address them. 

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