Mouser Electronics, the global authorised distributor with the newest semiconductors and electronic components, has announced that it is exhibiting as a Platinum Partner at this year”s Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition 2015 (APEC 2015) show – the premier event in applied power electronics – at Booth 316.
This year’s event takes place in North Carolina at the Charlotte Convention Center from March 15th – 19th. Learn about new technologies, new product advancements and component innovations, along with key power electronics architectures influencing today’s power design by visiting Mouser at Booth 316. APEC has been held every year since 1986, and this year, the event is celebrating its 30 year anniversary as the world’s leading conference for today’s electronics power engineer and the power electronics industry.
As an APEC Platinum Partner, Mouser plans to display a variety of exciting live demos in Booth 316, including some of the newest product innovations from CUI, Infineon and Cree, available via Mouser.com. Demos will occur the following times and days in Mouser’s Booth 316:
Infineon Live Demo – Tues., March 17th: 1- 2:15 pm.
CUI Live Demo – Tues., March 17th: 3- 4:15 pm.
Cree Live Demo – Wed., March 18th: 10:30-11:45 am.
Mouser will also have hands-on demonstrations around its award-winning MultiSIM BLUE product, a new advanced circuit simulation and PCB tool powered by NI that integrates schematic capture, simulation, PCB layout, and innovative “BOM to cart” features all in one powerful tool.
APEC is an annual technology event that focuses on the practical and applied aspects of the power electronics industry, as well as new power electronics components. The conference features electronic exhibits, courses taught by experts, special presentations, and the opportunity to network with other engineering professionals. Follow an in-depth discussion of important power electronics topics like Wireless Transfer of Power, Variable Speed Drives and Wide-Bandgap Devices that combines practical application with theory.
Professional Education Seminars are also available for conference attendees who want to enhance their power engineering skills, with topics ranging from ultra-low power design to powering large motors for mass transit systems. In addition, industry and technical sessions are available for anyone that wants to learn about today’s power technologies and the challenges in designing modern power supplies. Other subjects include changing industry standards, marine power systems, and wireless charging. Viewing exhibits at the APEC 2015 show is free of charge to those who register.