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SoC Enables High-Power Monitoring

SoC Enables High-Power Monitoring

Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the 78M6631, a Teridian 3-phase power measurement system-on-chip (SoC) that embeds power monitoring into high-load applications. This fully self-contained and customizable energy measurement system offers a full range of measurement and diagnostics, and results in ease of design and reduced costs. The chip is suited for a wide variety of applications requiring 3-phase power and quality measurements, including industrial panels and motors, solar panel inverters, storage power supplies, and data centers. The self-contained energy measurement system features an embedded metrology engine and includes a full range of embedded energy diagnostics, including power factor, harmonic distortion, voltage sag, and dip. Housed in a lead-free 56-pin QFN package, production units of the 78M6631 are available now and are priced at $5.78 each/1000-up. Demo kits are also available.

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