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Effect of Bipolar Pulsed Power Shapes on Silicon Nitride Film Properties

April 08, 2024

By Gayatri Rane

Comparison between sine wave, square wave and Dynamic Reverse Pulsing modes for magnetron sputtering

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Steel Manufacturing Requires Efficient Electric Arc Furnaces

May 20, 2024

By Advanced Energy Editor

Steel remains incredibly relevant and deeply integrated into the modern world. Steel is used extensively in engineering, construction and other applications vital to modern life. The downside is that traditional methods of manufacturing, based upon fossil fuels such as coal, are damaging to the environment as they produce significant quantities of carbon dioxide (CO2). In fact, according to McKins

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Reliability in Healthcare: The Vital Role of Voltage Regulation

May 16, 2024

By Conor Duffy

In operating rooms, every device’s performance is critical and essential to a patient’s survival. Dialysis centers require precise readings to administer crucial treatment, and in emergency rooms, the reliability of electrical equipment is quite literally a matter of life and death.

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APEC 2024 Thought Leadership Forums Highlight Importance of Power Sector

April 17, 2024

By Joanna Climer

For more than 35 years the IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) has been an important event in the annual calendar of events for the great and the good of the power electronics sector. This year’s event in Long Beach, California, proved to be no exception, with its combination of technical, industry, plenary and education sessions, an exposition that attracted around 300 exhibitors and a variety of special events and networking opportunities including a career fair at which companies and graduating students could meet.

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Exploring Electrosurgery: Current Trends and Challenges

April 12, 2024

By Todd Huston

Electrosurgery has revolutionized the field of medicine, offering precise and efficient methods for tissue cutting, coagulation and ablation. With advancements in technology, new trends are emerging and pushing the boundaries of what's possible in surgical interventions. Among these trends, pulsed field ablation (PFA) stands out as a promising technique with the potential to redefine electrosurgical procedures. In this blog, we'll delve into the current trends in electrosurgery, with a special focus on pulsed field ablation.

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Effect of Bipolar Pulsed Power Shapes on Silicon Nitride Film Properties

April 08, 2024

By Gayatri Rane

Comparison between sine wave, square wave and Dynamic Reverse Pulsing modes for magnetron sputtering

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Powering What Matters: AE Addresses Four Key Medical Trends at MD&M West 2024

March 22, 2024

By Todd Huston

The Medical Device & Manufacturing West (MD&M West) tradeshow was held February 6-8 in Anaheim, CA with over 1,600 exhibitors and more than 14,000 attendees from the medical industry. Top medical device and equipment makers, power supply providers, thought leaders and engineers attend. Once again, Advanced Energy (AE) played a significant role as a featured exhibitor.
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Safety Requirements in Medical Equipment: Designing for BF and CF Classifications

March 05, 2024

By Paul Kingsepp

IEC 60601-1 is the most critical international safety specification for the design of medical electrical equipment. This standard defines classifications that impact safety-related design, which are based on how systems interact with patients.

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Advanced Energy’s Year of Transformation

January 31, 2024

By Peter Gillespie

2023 was a year of transformation for Advanced Energy. In engineering, operations and digital, AE emerged stronger from the post-pandemic surge and leapt forward – better leveraging its collective of leading technologists, brands and operations to serve its customers better. Supported by a 40+ years of history, in 2023 AE was more effective, agile and inventive than ever – developing smaller, more

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New Safety Standards and Medical Power Implication of Transition to IEC 60601-1 Edition 3.2

January 22, 2024

By Del Moses and Nesa Kandaiah

When certifying a medical product, updates to an industry standard can make for challenging times for medical equipment manufacturers, especially when a standard is costly to publish, impacting the cost of compliance as well.
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