CTO highlights autonomy, efficiency and reliability benefits of integrated sensing
El Segundo, CA – 18th Nov, 2021— Navitas Semiconductor (Nasdaq:NVTS), the industry-leader in GaN power integrated circuits (“ICs”) is participating in the PSMA’s Power Technology Roadmap Webinar Series with a session that takes an in-depth look at the benefits of increased GaN power device integration.
In a presentation entitled ‘Next-Generation GaN Integration: Autonomy, Efficiency, Reliability’, Navitas and co-founder Dan Kinzer will explain how GaN power ICs with integrated capabilities for precision sensing of system current, voltage and temperature can further improve performance over GaN discretes and legacy silicon.
Discussing the webinar, Dan comments: “By incorporating on-board sensing, the next level of integration enables even higher efficiency, autonomy and reliability through real-time control and protection and the elimination of external monitoring components such as large, lossy sense resistors.”
As well as introducing integrated sensing, Dan will present worked examples covering mobile fast chargers in the range 30-300W including PFC and ACF/QR options.
The Navitas PSMA Power Technology Roadmap webinar takes place on Thursday November 18 at 10.00 CST (16.00 GMT). To register please click here.
Navitas Semiconductor (Nasdaq:NVTS) is the industry leader in GaN power ICs, founded in 2014. GaN power ICs integrate GaN power with drive, control and protection to enable faster charging, higher power density and greater energy savings for mobile, consumer, enterprise, eMobility and new energy markets. Over 130 Navitas patents are issued or pending, and over 30 million GaNFast power ICs have been shipped with zero reported GaN field failures. Navitas rang the Nasdaq opening bell and started trading on Nasdaq on October 20th, 2021, with an enterprise value over $1B and over $320M gross capital raise.
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Stephen Oliver, VP Corporate Marketing & Investor Relations