Power Electronics

Vicor Launches New Web Site

Vicor Corp. has launched its new Web site, www.vicorpower.com. The site makes use of cutting-edge data-mining tools to ensure “minimum-click” navigation and easy search and selection.

“We’ve created a content-rich, product-centric site, where we believe design engineers can find the products and related information they need quickly and efficiently,” said Stephen Bahn, director of marketing communications at Vicor. “And if they need a product with special parameters, they can easily specify it using our interactive design and configuration tools.”

Vicor’s thousands of products are easily accessible through the site’s new search engine, the highly-intuitive MondoSearch. MondoSearch, which searches comprehensively across Web pages, documents and media, provides results that are easy to sort due to intelligent and detailed categorization.

The Technical Library, the Product Selector, and two innovative on-line design tools enable design engineers to learn about power conversion issues and to select or configure›in real time›products specifically suited to their applications. VCAD (Vicor Computer Assisted Design) facilitates on-line design of configurable VIPAC and VIPAC Array ac and dc power systems. Designs can be saved in the user’s account for future reference and convenience.

VDAC (Vicor Design Assistance Computer) enables design engineers to design dc-dc converters to fit their specific requirements. They can specify on-line and verify in real time the attributes and performance of custom dc-dc converter modules.

The Web site provides comprehensive information on Vicor’s Factorized Power Architecture featuring the new V·I Chips, and an enhanced focus on product support and easy access to applications and technical support.

For more information, visit www.vicorpower.com.

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