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SMPS Traning

07/30/2011 5:56 AM

We are one of leading manufacturer of Magnetic Components like High frequency chokes, Inductors, Telecoms components and 50/60Hz power transformers. In adding to that, presently we would desire to develop a series of High Frequency transformers which are used in the SMPS. For that, we need some training classes in SMPS board level application. Is there any SMPS training classes have to conduct in south India? If yes means please give the contact details to proceed further. Thanks in advance . Sampathkumar

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Re: SMPS Traning

07/30/2011 7:21 AM

At this age of internet and search engines, there are tons and tons of technical papers, app notes and literatures from hundreds of sources that can drown any engineer for 10 times of his life time even just to read them.

If your engineers still expect some nice lecture notes neatly organised for them and sit in class rooms to be taught such well published knowledge materials , you should throw them out.

If you are the manager who think you should organise these training for the engineers, then you should be thrown out for wasting resources and out of sync with progress !

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07/31/2011 1:50 AM
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07/30/2011 10:42 PM

What a paradoxical oxymoronic thread!

We have here an anonymous poster that starts this thread by making a spam like presentation for their company and their high frequency magnetic products. Then the AP switches to a request in switch mode power supply training classes in southern India. I would imagine that if your company is capable of building and testing these parts, you have to have people in your company that know how to do this. Why don't you ask your co-workers this? More to the point, your co-workers will more than likely know if you need to start from the fundamental circuit laws of Ohm, Kirchoff, Thevenin and Norton or if you just need to brush up on the mathematics of multi-variant control theory. As a final confusing flourish you politely sign your name to an anonymous posting. How very strange.

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07/31/2011 10:34 AM

Look at Asiansources.com, also the RS.com and Farnell.com websites have good online catalogs Reverse engineer some products already on the market and you will see which companies are popular with them, this saves you a lot of design work.

Coilcraft are very good and usually quick. Lots of companies based in Hong Kong, the supplier will depend on the spec you use. Murata, Taio Yuden, Sumida, all do products you might like

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08/01/2011 11:45 PM

Thanks for your reply,

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