San Jose, Calif. - A programmable-frequency, current-mode pulse-width modulation controller from Fairchild Semiconductor International meets the International Energy Agency's 1-watt initiative for reducing standby power losses to below 1 W.
With an operating frequency of up to 300 kHz and a maximum operating current of 4 milliamps, the FAN7601 targets off-line switch-mode power supply and dc/dc conversion applications, and can be used as an adapter in notebook PC, LCD monitor, DVD and set-top box applications. Packaged in an eight-pin DIP, the FAN7601 is priced at 70 cents in lots of 1,000. Information is available at www.fairchildsemi.com/pf/FA/FAN7601.html.
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