You need both reliability and extreme energy efficiency to meet modern demands for always-on data access. We can help you keep your servers running reliably 24/7 while also accounting for every milliwatt of potential energy savings.
Check out our single chip, small form factor power and current measurement sensor ICs for reduced ohmic losses. We also provide fan motor driver ICs that help you to meet stringent efficiency and audible noise standards—using sensorless and sinusoidal commutation, soft switching, phase advance, soft start and flexible closed loop speed control.
ACS71240 – Current & Over-Current Sensor
ACS724 – Hall Current Sensor
ACS71240 – Hall Current and Fault Sensor
ACS732/3 – 1 MHz Current & Over-Current Sensor
ACS72981 – Hall Current SensorACS772 – High Power Current Sensor
ACS730 – 1 MHz Hall Sensor with VREFACS733 – 1 MHz Sensor and Over-Current Fault
ACS71240 – Current & Over-Current SensorACS772 – High Power Current Sensor
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October 12, 2022
Service interruptions of servers can result in adverse scenarios including inefficient airflows created by fan blades that have lost power to maintenance in the presence of fan blades. This article introduces power loss brake (PLB) functionality and how lost power can be harnessed to improve ...Learn More
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