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2011-03-11 Power ICs boast standby power of less than 10mW
The NXP GreenChip power ICs are designed for adapters for mobile devices such as cellphone chargers, tablets and notebooks, as well as major home appliances or white goods.
2006-03-27 Philips unveils 'energy-efficient ICs' for PCs, notebooks
Royal Philips Electronics has unveiled two additions to its GreenChip family of energy-efficient ICs the Greenchip PC and the Greenchip SR
2007-03-08 NXP launches third-gen GreenChip for SMPS
NXP has launched GreenChip IIIits third generation of energy-efficient ICs for switch-mode power supplies.
2010-11-09 New CFL driver ICs enable better power management, longer lifetimes
NXP launches new CFL driver ICs for 230V and 110V fluorescent lamps
2009-11-26 Controller brings standby power down to
Fixed frequency operation at high output power with frequency reduction at low output power brings efficiency over the total load range
2012-03-26 CFL driver ICs flaunt deep dimming down to 2
NXP's UBA2026x and UBA2027x are based on the GreenChip technology, accelerating warm-up times to full brightness up to a factor of five
2008-07-09 NXP customizes green ICs toward sustainability
NXP recently said that the company has developed and produced the third-generation power management ICs, and over the past decade, has made a dramatic contribution toward environmental sustainability
2011-04-27 Controller ICs for SSL boasts 20% THD
NXP Semiconductors introduces a new controller IC that enables LED lighting for medium- to high-power commercial and professional applications with less than 20 percent THD
2010-05-26 CFL drivers enable energy-efficient bulbs
NXP Semiconductors has released two new generations of compact fluorescent lighting (CFL) light bulb drivers and controllers, based on its GreenChip technology
2011-11-14 Exploring greener lighting options
Learn how to thrive in the future filled with LEDs and how to optimize today's CFL technology for better performance.
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