Power Integrations today announced an expansion of its SCALE-iDriver™ family of galvanically isolated single-channel gate driver ICs. The new devices support IGBT blocking voltages up to 1700 V, which are generally used in 400 VAC and 690 VAC line applications. They are also ideal for the latest three-level topology photovoltaic inverters and for photovoltaic arrays leveraging the new 1500 V DC bus standard. The expanded 1700 V SCALE-iDriver family allows OEMs to use the same highly integrated, safe and reliable driver technology across a range of solutions.
Visit Power Integrations at PCIM Europe 2017 to learn more about our latest innovations in AC-DC converters and gate driver products. Our team of technical specialists will be on-site for all three days to offer you application solutions, insights and details on our products.
We will be giving the following 20 minute in-booth presentations demonstrating a new addition to the SCALE-iDriver™ family.
Power Integrations today announced financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2017. Results are calculated using the "sell-in" method of revenue recognition on sales to distributors, reflecting the company's adoption of ASC 606 effective January 1, 2017. Prior-period results have been recast as if ASC 606 had been in effect for those periods.
Power Integrations in association with Weltrend Semiconductor Inc. today announced a joint reference design describing an 18 W, USB PD compliant, AC-DC power converter targeted at chargers for smart mobile devices.
The Australian E3 Program recently released a Lighting Consultation Regulation Impact Statement (RIS) considering policy proposals to improve the efficiency of residential and commercial lighting.
To learn more about the changes being considered, visit the Green Room.