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New Efficiency Compliance Calculator from PI

Are you tired of having to consult multiple sources when checking the efficiency compliance of your EPS designs? If so, check out PI's new External Power Supply Efficiency Compliance Calculator. Simply enter your data into our calculator and see if it complies with current world-wide energy efficiency regulations.

Try the New ErP Ecodesign Standards Finder

The ErP Standards Finder allows users to select an application from an A-to-Z listing and then immediately view the Tier One and Tier Two limits for standby, active-mode, and no-load power consumption. Links to relevant Power Integrations reference designs are also displayed in the search results. Commentary from energy-efficiency standards guru Mr. Green provides additional insight into how the Ecodesign Directive applies to the specified product.

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Read Mr. Green's Blog

Interested in energy efficiency standards, regulations, and other green matters? Read about the latest news and developments in the world of energy efficiency in Mr. Green's blog.


Technology Has Saved Consumers:

How Big Is Your Share?

EcoSmart technology intelligently manages the flow of power into a device's power supply, resulting in dramatic energy savings compared to older power supply technologies. Consumers and businesses have saved more than $5 billion on their electricity bills since 1998 by using products containing Power Integrations' EcoSmart ICs. These savings equate to approximately 30 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity, an amount which, if produced by coal-burning power plants, would have resulted in approximately 20 million tons of carbon emissions – roughly equal to the annual emissions of three million automobiles.


Mr. Green Launches Efficiency Watch

In addition to his blog, Mr. Green is now publishing a quarterly newsletter to help engineers stay on top of the constantly-changing world of power supply standards. Topics include: changes in current efficiency programs, movement of proposed specs, and finalization and publication of new regulations.

Sign up to receive Mr. Green's Efficiency Watch.