SAN JOSE, CA- Fairchild showcases its latest solutions for ensuring the exceptional energy efficiency and reliability of LED lighting, travel adapter and USB Type-C applications at APEC 2016, the industry’s leading power electronics conference. The company will have multiple live demonstrations in its booth and key staff will deliver technical presentations, all under Fairchild’s “History of Innovation” theme for the show. Where: Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California in booth #1717, March 20-24
• Offline Power – Fairchild’s offline power demonstrations will include a building automation application based on the FSL3276A, a server power supply using the FAN7688, and a smart meter using its FSL4110.
• PowerTrench® 100V MOSFETs – Fairchild will show the performance of its next-generation PowerTrench technology in live side-by-side comparisons with the best competitive solutions.
• Smart Lighting – Fairchild will show its joint 60W LED engine reference design with partner Atmel and phase-cut LED dimming solutions.
• High-Voltage FS4 IGBT and SiC diode – This interactive double pulse demonstration will show the superior performance of this new technology compared to Fairchild’s current leading solutions and nearest competitor.
• Wall-to-Battery solutions – Fairchild will show that it is maintaining its industry-leading travel adapter market position with its new 24W USB Type-C adapter reference design. Several charging stations will show various leading protocols powered by Fairchild, including Fast Charging with QC 2.0/3.0, PumpExpress, FCP and AFC.
• Powerful Design Tools – Visitors can see how Fairchild’s Power Supply WebDesigner™ complete suite of robust, time-saving tools shorten design time and optimize their power supplies.
Technical papers, tutorials and presentations:
• “1200V SPM smart power module for Low Power Industrial Motor Drive Applications,” on Tuesday, March 22 at 3:45 p.m. in Room 101A
• “An Input Current Calculation Switching Driver for High Power-Factor and Phase-Cut Dimmer Compatibility,” on Thursday, March 24 at 11:30 a.m. in the Poster Area, AC/DC Converters D01