output power


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output power

[′au̇t‚pu̇t ‚pau̇·ər]
(electricity)
Power delivered by a system or transducer to its load.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The microcontroller also guarantees stable output power and particularly good linearity between the control voltage and the analogue output power.
Available with output powers from 500W to 1.5kW, the rack-mounted fibre lasers now deliver 25 per cent more power in a form factor 15 per cent smaller than previous models.
In the CW regime, an output power of 2.07 W is obtained with a slope efficiency of 13.5%.
Ltd., a manufacturer of high-performance solar power products, has announced that the output power of its 60-cell PV modules assembled by mono-Si PERC cells has exceeded 325W.
* Output power is separated from device power on both Type A and Type B port IO-Link masters, enabling switching it off in case of safety breach without losing device state
Featuring a remote-enable function, the PQC250 consumes less than 500 mW of power in standby mode.These power supplies can continuously deliver full output power across the temperature range from 0 [degrees]C to 50 [degrees]C and up to 70 [degrees]C with derating.
During the first experiment the converter efficiency dependences on output power at 39 kHz switching frequency for the 990 [OMEGA], 660 [OMEGA] and 330 [OMEGA] converter load (R2) resistances were obtained.
Harmonic tuning is one of key technologies to improve the efficiency and output power. Various operation classes such as Class-E [5], Class-F [6], and inverse Class-F [7] have been proposed.
A maximum overall output power of 19.2 W is obtained at 1544.68 nm with a FWHM spectral width of 0.08 nm and an overall slope efficiency of 31.9%, limited only by the available pump power.
Many works have been done on the adaptive impedance-matching technology for the WPT system, including the following: (1) adjusting the source operating frequency until the output power of the WPT system is maximized [1114], (2) adding variable impedance-matching networks in the WPT system to transform the input and output impedance to optimal values [15-18], (3) optimizing the mutual inductance between coils using multicoil topology [19-23], and (4) using a receiver-side switching converter to transform the actual load resistance into optimal load resistance [5, 24-26].