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Rogers to Show Wide Range of Solutions for Power Conversion and Distribution at APEC 2013

Rogers Corporation, represented by its Power Electronics Solutions (PES) Division, will showcase some of its most advanced products for power electronic applications at the upcoming APEC 2013 conference and exhibition.

APEC 2013, the Applied Power Electronics Conference (, is the leading event for practical and applied power electronics engineering in North America. It is scheduled for March 17-21 at the Long Beach Convention Center, CA. Rogers Power Electronics Solutions Division, consisting of Power Distribution Systems (PDS) and curamik®, will feature its high-performance power electronics products at APEC 2013, Booth # 405.

Rogers PDS Division will demonstrate the benefits of their industry-standard RO-LINX® series of laminated busbars, known for their reliability, safety, and durability in the most demanding applications. RO-LINX® busbars provide engineers with UL listed solutions for a variety of applications, including mass transit and electric propulsion, industrial drives, renewable energy, medical devices and data centers.

In addition, the PDS Division will showcase its two latest additions to the established RO-LINX series: the RO-LINX PowerCircuit® Solutions and the RO-LINX® Hybrid. RO-LINX PowerCircuit Solutions are the ideal alternative when the current and power requirements of the application exceed the capabilities of a standard PCB solution. Its compact 3D design and superior thermal management result in space and weight savings. RO-LINX PowerCircuit Solutions are highly integrated structures that are solder-process compatible. These products help engineers design power circuitry with the smallest possible footprint.

RO-LINX PowerCircuit Solutions are ideal for a wide range of power distribution applications in electric vehicles/hybrid-electric vehicles (EV/HEVs), wind/solar power and variable frequency drives (VFD).

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