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Power Electronics Design Services

We design printed circuit boards (PCBs) for power electronics based on semiconductor devices and write firmware for power systems with microcontrollers.
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What we do

We provide PCB design for power electronics using MOSFET, IGBT, GaN, and other types of transistors. If your power electronic system is based on a microcontroller (MCU), we can design or redesign the firmware to improve performance, optimize power consumption, or add new functionality. Our power electronics circuits design is supported by many years’ experience in electrical engineering. The careful choice of components, development tools, and techniques makes our PCBs compliant with the requirements of FCC, UL, CE, and other certifications necessary for your power electronics.


What's included?

Our power electronics design services embrace the development of systems intended for the management, distribution, conversion, and supply of electric power. Integra creates solutions for rechargeable batteries, power converters, chargers, motor controls, lighting control systems, and other power electronic devices. The power output of the systems we develop ranges from milliwatts to kilowatts. We offer the design of power electronics circuits for low voltage and high voltage applications. Our power electronics design is implemented in systems and equipment used in industrial automation, consumer electronics, automotive industry, and stand-alone power supplies such as photovoltaic systems, wind turbines, and thermoelectric generators.







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Frequently Asked Questions

Read this information to better understand the process of power electronics design.

What types of power supplies do you design?

We design circuits for various types of power supplies including linear regulators, switching regulators, precision voltage and current regulation, power over Ethernet (PoE), isolated power supplies, hot-swapping and redundant power systems.

What semiconductors would you recommend to use for power electronics design?

We use different semiconductor devices for different types of projects. MOSFET and IGBT are the most common solutions that are widely used in power electronics development. For high-power systems, we prefer GaN which provides a high level of current, switching frequency, and working voltage. It also has a low channel resistance. All this contributes to the efficiency of the power electronic device.

What types of batteries do you work with?

We work with Li-ion, LiPo, LFP, NiCD, Ni-Cad, Ni-MH, and lead-acid batteries. Every battery chemistry has its own characteristics, so we use them in different projects for different purposes. Thus for consumer electronics and portable devices, it is better to use Li-ion, LiPo while Ni-MH batteries are a great choice for systems operated at very low ambient temperatures.

What are the main issues involved in the design of power electronics?

The biggest issues that we face during the design of power electronics are heating of the hardware and the high level of electromagnetic interference (EMI). To avoid such issues, our power electronics engineer optimizes the overall efficiency of the system to provide heat dissipation and employs EMI filters to block the emissions.

What are the testing procedures for power electronics?

Testing of power electronics circuits involves our standard hardware verification procedures, including ERC, DRC, electronic circuit simulators, electrical tests, etc. It also includes a load test when the circuit is tested under actual and extreme operating conditions. Thus, the device is exposed to both regular and extreme temperature, input voltage range, and output power.

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