Blog

Blog | Apr 23, 2021
Conducted EMI vs. Radiated EMI — What’s the Difference?

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is a phenomenon that often occurs when electrical devices are exposed to external electromagnetic (EM) fields. In some cases, exposure to EMI can lead to component ...

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Blog | Apr 23, 2021
What is TEMPEST?

The TEMPEST specification (designated by US National Security Agency) refers to the susceptibility of computer and telecommunications devices to data theft. Some electronic equipment emits ...

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Blog | Apr 12, 2021
Power Supplies for Laser Applications

Laser technology has only been around for a few decades, but in that time, lasers have become essential in a massive number of applications. From manufacturing and scanning technology to medical and ...

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News

News | Jun 8, 2021
Conforming to SEMI F47 Voltage Sag Tolerance

Power supplies used in semiconductor manufacturing equipment are generally required to conform to the SEMI F47-0706 voltage sag tolerance standard. These standard details the conditions under which a ...

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News | Apr 8, 2021
Astrodyne TDI’s Sr. Director of Engineering Designs the First Power Supply to Fly on Mars

Astrodyne TDI’s Sr. Director of Engineering, Loay Elbasyouni designed the first power supply to fly on Mars. Ingenuity, NASA-JPL’s Mars Helicopter, is expected to launch on April 12th, 2021 after ...

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News | Mar 26, 2021
AstrodyneTDI adds Medical UPS on DigiKey Marketplace

Astrodyne TDI adds it's Medical UPS, PowerBridgeTM , to Digi-Key Electronics Marketplace. The availability of this product line will offer DK+ users the advantage to quickly and efficiently find a ...

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