L+B Sneak Preview Webinars with Multiple Lighting Partners
11 Mar 2020 - 13 Mar 2020
Online Webinar, EMEA
Online Webinar, EMEA
The lighting community was fully prepared to provide you with the latest trends and updates during the Light & Building exhibition in March.
Due to the cancellation and postponement until September, EBV and our lighting partners would like to bring you the newest roadmaps and trends quicker via a series of online webinar sessions.
Please sign up for the webinars below where you will receive the most up-to-date information from our lighting partners. Once you register, you will receive a confirmation mail as well as an email invitation with the online webinar access instructions.
The webinars are free of charge.
Wednesday, March 11th
Thursday, March 12th
10:00 OSRAM DS - Focus: LED Drivers Register Now
14:00 Samsung LED - Focus: New Products Register Now
Friday, March 13th
11:00 Bridgelux - Focus: COBs, high color quality & full spectrum Register Now
13:00 Infineon- Focus: LED strips and Signage Register Now
EBV Webinar: UV LEDs & Corona Virus
Online Webinar, EMEA June 18, 2020 - 10:00 - 11:00 CET COVID-19 created big interest in UV disinfection and LED solutions. This webinar provides an overview on different disinfection approaches by UV-C and UV-A as the key topic of the presentation. The available components like LEDs and Lenses will be presented.
Webinar - Nexperia's Application Optimized MOSFET Solutions
Online, On Demand Is the MOSFET just a switch ? Are the optimizations around coding, controllers, gate drivers and magnetics the only way forward to enhance the circuit efficiency and reliability? The answer is an emphatic NO. MOSFETs are critical components in most circuits out there and this presentation aims at how certain Si and package level MOSFET optimizations will benefit applications across the board.
ST Webinar - MOSFET Performance: Traditional Silicon vs. SiC in Industrial Power Supplies
Register to see a comparison of different Si and SiC MOSFET technologies applied as a main primary switch in flyback converters, able to operate at an input voltage range up to 1 kV DC.