Fremont Micro Devices Announces Offline LED Driver with High PFC

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The FT825 is a Low Cost Controller for Isolated Solid State LED designs. The FT825 solution is available as an integrated circuit or as a module which provides a total solution for an 11W-20W LED Light Tube.

Fremont Micro Devices USA Inc. Director of Communications, Shu Min Panfil, announced the FT825 a primary side offline LED controller for isolated lighting designs and the FT825-12S24P LED Light Tube Module. “The FT825 Family adds to the growing portfolio of Fremont Micro Devices LED lighting solutions. It is targeted at isolated commercial and residential solid state lighting applications.

The FT825 solution is available as an integrated circuit or as a module which provides a total solution for an 11W-20W, 480mA LED Light Tube,” said Shu Min Panfil, Director of Communications Fremont Micro Devices USA. “The FT825 simplifies LED lighting system design by eliminating the secondary side feedback components and auto coupler. The extremely low start-up current reduces power consumption which will improve system reliability.” She added. The FT825 features include device operation in the boundary conduction mode, high power factor >0.95 over the universal input, overvoltage and short circuit protection.

The FT825 in a SOP-8 package has a list price of $0.30 for volume orders of 10ku and the FT825-121S24P LED Light Tube Module list price is $5.00 for volume orders of 10ku.

About Fremont Micro Devices USA Inc.
Headquartered in Fremont, CA, Fremont Micro Devices USA, Inc. (http://www.fremontmicrousa.com) is a semiconductor supplier whose products are offered through a global network of sales representatives and distributors in Europe, North America and Asia. FMD recently announced the cumulative shipment of one (1) Billion Serial EEPROM IC’s. The key members of the management team have extensive product development, design, finance and sales experience with leading Silicon Valley semiconductor companies.

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