A major endeavor, so to say, the art in the development of current converters (power converters) is the best possible avoidance of high resistances in the system with minimum material expenditure at the same time. This results in corresponding performance data and not least the price-performance ratio.
In view of this, our R & D team, headed by Dr.Chris W. Chrystowski, has succeeded in developing considerably more efficient power converters of variable capacities, not least due to the special understanding and the consideration of corresponding bionic effects.
The first concrete implementation of this innovation took place as part of a patent-pending DC/DC power converter (see picture, test version, pre-prototype), which technical advantages are shown in the following diagram as a result of a monitored test series that can be impressively represented and interpreted.
The advantages presented here in terms of performance and design result in a practically unrivaled potential in price-performance design.
|Performance curve:||Extremely early response and peak performance|
|Temperature behavior:||No cooling required|
|Construction:||Size and weight reduced by 20-30%|