Analog Devices' webinar: EV Supply Equipment reference solutions

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On-Demand Webinar | (Dated: Wednesday, November 29, 2023)

Duration: 1 hour

EV Supply Equipment (EVSE) is transitioning from module to integrated-based systems. ADI have been working on a platform approach to build solutions for Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 EVSE. Reference designs for a mode 2, 3.6kW AC Cordset, mode 3, 22kW AC charger, and DC metrology, serve as a guide and demonstrates how to integrate the anchor function of energy measurement and how to manage the charge controller.

Join this webinar where new technology offerings will be shown, as well as system safety concerns.

Attendees will also learn about:

  • EVSE System Architecture
  • Shunt based Metrology
  • System level integration, safety concerns and certification

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Speakers

Analog Devices Webinar Presenter David Keane
David Keane
Marketing Manager, EV Charging Infrastructure Analog Devices
David Keane is the Marketing Manager for EV Charging Infrastructure at Analog Devices. He has 17 years of experience in the semiconductor industry, having previously held roles in Quality Engineering, Failure Analysis, and Test H/W Development. David holds a BSc in Electronic Systems and an MBA from the University of Limerick.




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