Power Electronics

Jabil’s unique integration of power electronics design for manufacturability and assembly, offers a significant cutting-edge advantage. By continually developing innovative technologies, clean technology manufacturing techniques and capabilities, Jabil is able to give customers a competitive edge in the market.

Jabil’s power electronics and solar certification lab is equipped with industry leading technology including:

  • High power AC and DC supplies with panel simulation
  • 22kW solar panel installation
  • Multiple isolated oscilloscopes with power analysis software
  • Digital loads and power resistors
  • Loop stability power analyzer
  • Motor dynamometers up to 7kW
  • Miscellaneous test equipment / probes
  • Thermal chambers
  • Sun simulator
  • Power simulation software
  • Magnetics design software


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With backgrounds in Aerospace, Automotive, Defense and Industrial industries, the seasoned power electronics engineers are able to provide knowledge and experience in:

  • PV Modules, Grid-Tied Inverters, Motor Control, Battery Management
  • Control systems theory, DSP embedded firmware/algorithms, and feedback loop compensation (both digital and analog)
  • Magnetics design and construction
  • LED drivers and Battery Charger Designs
  • Boost, Synchronous Buck, Forward, Flyback, Half-Bridge, Full-Bridge, Neutral point clamped, Quasi-resonant, SEPIC, CUK, PFC and Linear Regulators
  • Revenue quality metering, high power audio amplifiers, ruggedized ground equipment power converters
  • Design to standards for Military, Aircraft, UL, IEEE, FCC, CISPR, NEC, IEC, ANSI

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