IDT Enters Smart Grid Market with New Family of Metering ICs
New Solutions Feature Industry's Best Dynamic Range and Low Temperature Drift(PresseBox) (San Jose, )
The new IDT metering solutions (90E21, 90E22, 90E23, 90E24) feature a wide dynamic range of 5000:1, allowing manufacturers to merge the various types of meters currently available, such as 5(20)A, 10(40)A, 15(60)A and 20(80)A, into one standard model 5(100)A, simplifying the manufacturing process and reducing the storage and management complexity for utilities. In addition, the new IDT metering ICs feature low temperature drift.
"These new solutions are testament to the innovative work being done at IDT. By integrating our power management and system expertise with our digital heritage, we have created solutions allowing us to enter into a new target market," said Mansour Izadinia, senior vice president of Analog and Power at IDT. "These devices showcase the unique product development methodology at IDT. By working closely with our customers, we are bringing to market innovative products that address issues specific to existing devices available in the marketplace. By utilizing our unique skill set, we will continue to raise the competitive bar."
The new IDT metering ICs are fully compliant with International (both IEC and ANSI) and Chinese standards. The devices are fully programmable, and feature an antitampering mode for protection against energy meter tampering.
Pricing and Availability
The new IDT metering ICs (90E21, 90E22, 90E23, 90E24) come in a 28pin SSOP package and range in price from $0.80 to $1.00 for 10,000 units.
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