About This Webinar
WEDS, FEB 24TH AT 9:00 CST/16:00 CET
THURS, FEB 25TH AT 10:00 HKT
Market Focus: Isolated Signal Sensing
Customer expectations, as well as changes in standards, are driving the need for improved isolated amplifiers and delta-sigma modulators for current and voltage sensing. These products are fundamental for today’s high-efficiency inverters – necessary in a diverse array of applications from industrial welders to vehicle electrification to green energy solar inverters. Silicon Labs’ new Si892x, Si893x, and Si894x isolated amplifiers and delta-sigma modulators provide high-precision isolated voltage and current measurements with minimal drift over temperature while protecting against high voltage transients. This presentation will provide an overview of this new family that address the latest requirements.
Technical Focus: Total Gain Error Calculation
The most common question we receive from customers is how to calculate overall accuracy. This session will examine static measurement error sources and present examples of how to use the datasheet specifications to estimate the contribution of each of these error sources to the total error of the measurement.
45 Minute Presentation
15 Minute Q&A
Senior Product Manager
Kevin Kilbane serves as a Senior Product Manager for Silicon Labs’ isolation and access products. Kevin joined Silicon Labs in 2010 and holds two patents. Prior to joining Silicon Labs, Kevin was the audio Marketing Director at IDT and MCU Strategic Marketing and Systems Manager at Freescale. Kevin holds a BSEE from Cornell University.
Senior Applications Engineer
Richard Gay has 38 years of experience in the semiconductor industry in applications, field applications, and circuit design. Richard has spent his last 15 years supporting, characterizing and productizing Silicon Labs’ analog isolators, isolated gate drivers, and ProSLIC products. Prior to joining Silicon Labs, Richard held a field applications role for Raychem’s circuit protection devices including polymeric PTCs. Richard has been co-issued one US patent and holds a BSEE from The Georgia Institute of Technology.