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HiperPFS-4 Power Factor Correction ICs from Power Integrations Enable 98% Efficient PFC Designs Up to 550 W

March 28th, 2017

Power Integrations today announced its HiperPFS™-4 family of power factor correction (PFC) ICs. The new device family serves applications targeting excellent efficiency and power factor performance at both full load and light load conditions. HiperPFS-4 devices incorporate a 600 V MOSFET suitable for 305 VAC input and a high efficiency, variable frequency, CCM PFC controller in a single, compact, electrically isolated, heatsinkable package.

Power Integrations Names Wendy Arienzo to Its Board of Directors

March 23rd, 2017

Power Integrations today announced that Wendy Arienzo will join the company’s board of directors on April 1, 2017. Dr. Arienzo has more than three decades of technical and executive experience in technology industries, including the semiconductor and power-electronics industries. Since 2013 she has served as vice president of operations at Fujifilm Dimatix, Inc., a leading supplier of piezoelectric industrial print heads. Previously, she was CEO and a director of ArrayPower, a developer of software-defined inverter technology for solar-energy systems.

Visit Booth #1623 and Attend Power Integrations Industry Sessions at APEC 2017

March 15th, 2017

Visit Power Integrations at APEC 2017 to learn more about our latest innovations in AC-DC converters and gate driver products. Our team will be on-site for all three days to offer you application solutions, insights and details on our products.

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Canada Initiates Next Round of Energy Efficiency Standards Revision

March 14th, 2017

On March 4th, a Notice of Intent was published in the Canada Gazette, launching the development of a new amendment to the country’s Energy Efficiency Regulations. After approval, Amendment 15 will be integrated into the regulations that were introduced in 1995 as a means to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Canada. They specify energy efficiency standards for residential, commercial, and industrial energy using products.

EPA Launches Imaging Equipment Revision Process

March 7th, 2017

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has begun the revision process to its ENERGY STAR® program requirements for imaging equipment. Products within the scope of the program include printers, scanners, copiers, multifunction devices (combination copier, printer, scanner, and/or fax), digital duplicators, and mailing machines (postage printers).

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