The Amber Breakthrough

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 Size Reduction Creates a Revolutionary IoT Integration Opportunity

Amber’s technology breakthroughs eliminate bulky, archaic electrolytic capacitors, transformers, solenoids and electro-mechanical relays used in today’s IoT products.

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The Implications

Amber’s disruptive breakthrough is the transformation to solid-state architecture from the old-style electro-mechanical technology within today’s typical smart products.

Such a size and fundamental design revolution creates a unique opportunity to fill that space with a range of sensors, expanded connectivity and machine learning not possible with current technologies from other providers.

More over, Amber leverages this groundbreaking architecture to deliver truly safer, smarter and more connected IoT products.

 
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AC-DC Power Conversion

Amber has eliminated the industry standard brick which contains bulky electrolytic capacitors, magnetics, and transformers. Amber’s new conversion method is completely solid-state with a clear path to siliconization, reducing size and cost while drastically increasing reliability and functionality.

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Alternating Current (AC) power control

Amber has developed a new way to control AC power eliminating solenoids, electromechanical relays and triac dimmer. This completely solid-state switching method eliminates arc all together, can handle over 2,000W and has a clear path to siliconization.

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Ground Fault Sensing

Amber’s new completely solid-state ground fault sensing method creates a new higher dynamic range sensing with 1000x faster switching. This technology has a clear path to siliconization and allows for wireless notifications and reset.

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LED Drivers

Completely solid-state LED driver operable up to 5,000W from 110 to 240+ volts without any magnetics for both commercial and residential use. This technology has full range dimming without flicker, the ability to support additional sensors/functionalities and has a clear path to siliconization.