AC Direct Sensing Represents AmberSemi’s Third Pillar of Core, Demonstratable Technologies, and the First Focused on Digital Awareness of Electricity DUBLIN, Calif., June 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Amber Semiconductor, Inc. (AmberSemi™), a leading technology developer of patented, innovative technologies for AC Direct digital management of electricity in silicon chip architecture, today formally introduces its AC …
The Leading Innovator of AC Direct Digital Management of Electricity in a Silicon Chip Updates Company Name to Cement its Presence in the Semiconductor Market DUBLIN, CALIFORNIA (June 16, 2022) – Amber Solutions, Inc., a leading technological developer of patented, innovative technologies for AC Direct digital management of electricity in solid-state architecture, announced today that …
Latest breakthrough protects solid-state architecture against short circuits, overvoltage, inductive load kickback, overcurrent, and overload conditions, creating a single, solid-state power system on a chip (PSOC) for intelligent circuit breakers, outlets, GFCIs, AFCIs, light switches, surge protectors, and more.
Amber solid-state technologies are so advanced that they deliver the major advantages of smaller silicon chip-sized form factors, including advanced digital surge protection, arc free switching, increased switching speed by many thousands of times faster, and higher quality with enhanced reliability—even when paired with traditional electro-mechanical architecture, as shown in this video.
Adding to its arsenal of proprietary intellectual property, Amber Solutions, the young Silicon Valley company that is making the digital control of electricity in solid-state architecture a commercial reality, today announced it secured four new patents for core technology applications that deliver digitally powered and enhanced GFCI, AFCI and overcurrent inrush current protection in solid-state circuit breakers and other electrical products.
“Our teams at Infineon see tremendous opportunity with Amber’s breakthroughs,” said Preet Sibia, Vice President, Power and Sensor Systems Division, Infineon Technologies Americas Corp. “They are addressing a tremendous opportunity in the market, and we are excited about how Amber’s innovative architecture … will provide value to our end customers’ products in ways previously not possible.”