BLACKSBURG, Va., June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- VPT, Inc., the innovative leader in providing power handling products, today introduced a new technical lab service available via VPT's channel on YouTube, VPTTECH (http://www.youtube.com/user/VPTTECH). This series of technical mini-labs addresses engineering topics critical to the integration of DC-DC converters into a military, avionics, or space power system. The new videos provide detailed technical information on key applications issues, provide insight into the methods used to perform tests, and help engineers understand key issues and terms. "We're covering the topics that come up the most often," explained Michael J. Bosmann, Sr. Vice President of Sales and Marketing for VPT. "The idea is that customers can come to our Web site, view the mini-lab videos, and put that information to work in a power system right away. It's like having our design team right there in the lab with you." Videos are typically three to seven minutes in length and feature a whiteboard presentation followed by a lab demonstration. The first two videos immediately available are:
-- "The Effects of Cross Regulation on Dual DC-DC Converters," by Steve Butler, Sr. V.P. of Engineering -- "Connecting DC-DC Converters in a Series To Obtain Various Output Voltages," by Jeremy Ferrell, Sr. Design Engineer Engineers can access these videos in the "Today's Video Lab" section found on VPT's home page: http://www.vpt-inc.com. Engineers can also subscribe to VPT's YouTube Channel, VPTTECH (http://www.youtube.com/user/VPTTECH), to receive notification when new video labs become available. Several additional videos are scheduled for release over the next six months. About VPT VPT, Inc. leads the industry in providing innovative DC-DC converters, EMI filters, and custom engineering services for avionics, military, and space applications. VPT can deliver its patented power solutions in a fast timeframe, with certified quality, at a comfortable cost. Every day, organizations like NASA, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Raytheon, the United States Air Force, and many more depend on quality solutions from VPT to power critical systems. Whether on the ground, in the air, or beyond, VPT provides the power driving critical missions today.
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