Power Electronics Videos

 

Switch Mode Power Supplies (LAB session)

Infineon experts take a close look at a ZVS (Zero Voltage Switching) phaseshift topology, which is a very important application of Infineon's CoolMOS™ and OptiMOS™ families.    3:41    YouTube

Inside the 21st Century Power Test Lab

In this video from How2Power.com, Steve Sandler of AEi Systems provides some guidance on the instrument specs required to measure power converters and PDNs, today and in the future.    5:31    YouTube

Basic Introduction to Power Electronics

Infineon's first video containing interactive components. The main topic is about the basics of Power Electronics.    1:35    YouTube

Very funny Ad for …

It may at first be difficult to see what this video has to do with Power Electronics, but anyone who watches this should be amused.    2:03    YouTube

Transistor (bipolar) – How it works!

This 3D animation in English explains the inner workings of a bipolar transistor with base, collector, and emitter.    4:56    YouTube

Peculiarities of Thermistors

The word thermistor means a thermal resistor, that is, a device the resistance of which changes depending on the temperature.    2:41    YouTube

Induction Motor – How it works

This is the basic principle of how induction motors work. There is a lot more to say about motors, but the basic theory is this one!    2:22    YouTube

Plasma Arc "speaker" using flyback transformer

This is a plasma arc speaker we built for an electronics project. After much tuning, we were able to achieve a refined, clean, and loud sound from the arc.    0:49    YouTube

Paper Circuit!

Graphite is a pretty terrible electric conductor but it works well enough to do some cool stuff with paper. We can actually make a fully working circuit as well as a flashlight.    3:55    YouTube

How To Test A Silicon Diode – Electronic Repair

How To Test A Silicon Diode and much much more. Amazingly clear and precise instructions from an electronics repair expert.    2:06    YouTube

Microwave oven High Current Transformer

Here arcs were intentionally initiated by bridging wires across three copper bus bars in a testing laboratory. Three phase 480 volt power was then applied across the bus bars for about 1 second.    0:30    YouTube

Microwave oven High Current Transformer

2 MOTs connected in series. Each transformer has 2 coils made of a 10 mm welder wire (28 mm2 of copper). Output voltage 3 V, input voltage 240 V 50 Hz.    1:02    YouTube

Ice Storm Electrical Arcing

How my house lost power – lots of kaboom!   0:36    YouTube

Prototype capacitor bank

Quick and dirty setup I put together in one evening. 10750µF capacitor bank charged to 1900V – Total number of caps: 52 – Energy: 19300J.   0:54    YouTube

Simple NPN Transistor IC

This video demonstrates how to use a transistor to amplify electronic signal. By touching the two wires the LED lights up using the current running through your body.    0:55    YouTube

How and WHY to Solder Correctly

Close up demonstrations of proper soldering technique. This video explains flux, temperature, tip size / shape.    
6:44    YouTube

Transistor / MOSFET tutorial

How to use an N channel MOSFET to turn anything on and off. Also, remember to put a 100k resistor between gate and ground if you want your FET to stay off by default!     4:50    YouTube

Playing with Tesla Coil

This is very stupid and dangerous. Just because some fool guy did this and put video to youtube doesn't mean that you should try this!     0:44    YouTube

Inductor Basics

The basics of how inductors work, a demo showing an inductor filtering out high frequency signals, a quick low pass LC filter, and a demo showing the magnetic field created around inductors.     3:54     YouTube

Electrical Explosions and Arcing – Revised

Several spectacular examples the explosive force of high voltage power, including uncontrolled arcing at high voltage power substations and a controlled demonstration.     1:56     YouTube

Fun with Ultracapacitors!!

I got hold of some 2600F capacitors that can dump hundreds of amps. Normally these are used in electric cars to handle sudden stops and starts. Instead, I use them to vaporize bits of metal…     6:11     YouTube

Electronic Devices: Continuity Equation-1

The continuity equation is discussed and derived in this video. A description is given as to how the continuity equation is applied to semiconductor materials.     9:10     YouTube