November 10, 2023 | Electronics & Computers | Energy | Power How Much Do You Know About DC Power Supplies? Voltage and current regulated DC power supply. (Image: SergeyCash/Adobe Stock) DC power supplies are ubiquitous in the modern electronic age. All electronic devices need DC power. Although our smart phones, for example, use batteries, those batteries need to be recharged using a DC power supply. So, how much do you know about DC power supplies? Topics: Electronics Energy Power More From SAE Media Group Power Electronics INSIDER Small Power Modules, Building Blocks of The Electric Grid Tech Briefs TV Medium-Frequency Transformer for Enabling Efficient DC Smart Grids Tech Briefs Generating Electrical Power from Waste Heat Aerospace & Defense Tech Briefs Simplifying Power Design with Modular Architectures More Sensor Technology Protecting Electric Vehicle Charging Systems with Advanced Current Sensing Power Electronics INSIDER New Modeling Approach Helps to Understand Faults in the Modern Electric Grid Tech Briefs TV Autoranging Offers Users Maximum Flexibility Power Electronics INSIDER Extensive NREL Power Electronics Capabilities Power Electronics INSIDER Wind Turbine Enhances Electrical Grid Stability Tech Briefs Product Launch: EA Elektro-Automatik Announces Battery Test System with High Power Density Battery & Electrification Technology The Road to Net-Zero EV Development Labs Tech Briefs Electric Vehicle Fast Chargers Present Some Overlooked Circuit Protection Challenges Tech Briefs Gallium Nitride Yields More Energy-Efficient Devices Battery Technology Active Battery Cell Balancing Tech Briefs Washable, Wearable Battery-Like Devices Power Electronics INSIDER Sleep Mode Makes Internet of Energy More Energy Efficient Tech Briefs Powering the Automotive Sector Toward an Electrified Future with Simulation Power Management INSIDER New Power Supply Control Method Significantly Increases the Service Life of End Devices Aerospace & Defense Tech Briefs DC to DC Power Distribution in MilAero Applications Motion Design INSIDER "Green" Device Generates Electricity from Motion View the discussion thread.