Power Integrations today announced the MinE-CAP™ IC for high power density, universal input AC-DC converters. By halving the size of the high-voltage bulk electrolytic capacitors required in offline power supplies, this new type of IC enables a reduction in adapter size of up to 40%. The MinE-CAP device also dramatically reduces in-rush current making NTC thermistors unnecessary, increasing system efficiency and reducing heat dissipation.
Power Integrations today announced that shipments of the groundbreaking InnoSwitch™ family of ICs have surpassed one billion units. Launched in 2014, the InnoSwitch family was the first to incorporate Power Integrations’ innovative FluxLink™ communication technology, which provides highly accurate secondary-side control without the need for an optocoupler, resulting in exceptional energy efficiency, reliability and robustness.
Power Integrations will release its third-quarter financial results after market hours on Thursday, October 29, 2020. The company will conduct a conference call that day beginning at 1:30 p.m. Pacific time. Members of the investment community can register for the call by visiting http://www.directeventreg.com/registration/event/5339866.
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A new application note for InnoMux, entitled InnoMux Tips, Techniques and Troubleshooting Guide (AN-89) is available for download. The InnoMux chipset, which combines an InnoMux controller IC and an InnoSwitch3-MX isolated switcher IC, delivers 91% efficiency for TVs, monitors and appliances that employ LED displays. This new application note facilitates the design and development process.