Power Electrinics

The world’s requirement for electrical energy, particularly renewable energy, has made the demand for power electronics more essential than ever before. Today’s focus on providing clean energy and cutting back on carbon emissions has led to an increased demand for new types of power...

On August 28th, 1991, Mihai and Cathy Chis incorporated Power Conversion Technologies, Inc. Since then, PCTI has continued to grow and stay on the forefront of the latest technologies in power electronics. 25 years later, PCTI continues to power military and industrial customers...

At PCTI, we have always been dedicated to innovation. This is especially true when it comes to digital signal processing technology, or DSP. The DSP is a technology used in several industries, including power electronics controls; it's a specialized microprocessor with an architecture optimized for...

The systems and machines of our world depend on power electronics for the ability to run efficiently and sustainably. Power electronics is the application of solid-state electronics for the control and conversion of electric power. It applies to both the systems and products involved in...

PCTI is pioneering the use of DSP (digital signal processing) in all of our products and is proudly introducing our sixth generation of using DSP control. This new generation uses the Texas Instruments TMS320F28M36, which combines C2000 floating point DSP and Cortex M3 ARM into...

Sometimes when designing or specifying equipment for use in a particular field, the price is the most important factor. Perhaps the application is not very intensive, or use is only occasional, or not a very stringent application. Other times, performance is paramount, in...

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