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Power Integrations' HiperLCS-2 Chipset Boosts LLC Converter & Company Announces Quasi-Resonant PFC IC with 750 V GaN Switch - News

April 11, 2022

Power Integrations announced the energy-saving HiperLCS-2 chipset, a new IC family that is designed to simplify the design and manufacture of LLC resonant power converters. The company also announced the HiperPFS-5 family of power-factor-correction (PFC) ICs with an integrated 750 V PowiGaN gallium-nitride switch


Power Integrations Introduces Automotive-Qualified High-Voltage Switcher ICs with 1700 V SiC MOSFET - News

February 07, 2022

Power Integrations announced the addition of two new AEC-Q100 qualified, 1700-volt rated ICs to its InnoSwitch3-AQ family.

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Dev Kit Weekly: Power Integrations' BridgeSwitch RDK-852 - Video

November 12, 2021


The RDK-852 is a reference design for a 200 W three-phase inverter that delivers 200 W of continuous output power and a continuous current of .62 Amps per phase to brushless DC motors. Therefore, the kit comes with field-oriented control capabilities while also being incredibly efficient.

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Reduce BOM, Increase Efficiency Thanks to the Latest Power Components - Blog

October 01, 2021

Power Integrations, a major player in the power components space, recently unveiled a pair of products that can reduce BOM cost, simplify design, and increase efficiency.

Analog & Power

Safeguard Meters from Magnetic Tampering with New LinkSwith-XT2 Design - News

August 19, 2021

Utility meters need to work without interruption and often under adverse conditions. From full load to light load, through line surges, or even when being tampered with, meters require rugged and efficient power supplies to deliver power without fail.

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Switcher ICs from Power Integrations up efficiency while reducing component count - Blog

June 30, 2021

Power Integrations has upped the game in the switching power-supply space with the release of its LinkSwitch-TNZ ICs. The devices combine offline power conversion, lossless zero-cross detection and, optionally, X-capacitor discharge functions, all in a compact SO-8C package. The parts can be used for non-isolated buck and buck-boost power supplies with an output current of up to 575 mA and can provide up to 12 W output for universal-input isolated flyback designs. These are specs that are suited for smart home and appliance applications.