In addition to their outstanding image quality, new-generation TVs gain attention for their slim silhouette, high-energy efficiency and low stand-by power. On all fronts, the power supply unit (PSU) plays a key role as it’s required to present a low-profile form factor.
To achieve these stringent requirements, today’s PSUs typically have a Power Factor Correction (PFC) stage and might use advanced topologies such as a half-bridge LLC (HB-LLC) resonant converter.
We have a broad portfolio of high-voltage MDmesh™ and low-voltage STripFET™ power MOSFETs, field-effect rectifier diodes (FERD), Schottky and Ultrafast diodes, a range of protection devices as well as dedicated analog and digital switching controllers and STM32 microcontrollers to enable developers to exploit the full potential of a digital PSU implementation.
|HVLED001A||Offline controller for LED lighting with constant voltage primary-sensing and high power factor|
|L4981||L4981A: Fixed Frequency Average Current Mode; L4981B: Line Modulated Frequency Average Current Mode|
|L4984D||CCM PFC CONTROLLER|
|L6562AT||Transition-mode PFC controller|
|L6563||Advanced transition-mode PFC controller|
|L6563H||High voltage start-up transition-mode PFC|
|L6564||10 pin transition-mode PFC controller|
|L6564H||High voltage start-up transition-mode PFC|
|L6564T||10 pin transition-mode PFC controller for outdoor applications|
|L6599A||Improved high-voltage resonant controller|
|L6699||Enhanced high-voltage resonant controller|
|SRK2000A||Synchronous rectifier smart driver for LLC resonant converters|
|SRK2001||Adaptive synchronous rectification controller for LLC resonant converter|
|SRK2001A||Adaptive synchronous rectification controller for LLC resonant converter|
|STNRGPF01||Three-channel interleaved CCM PFC digital controller|