The L6566A is designed specifically for converters supplied through a front-end Power Factor Corrector (PFC) circuit; it provides an interface to the PFC to turn off the regulator under light or no-load conditions and during all the fault conditions.
What does PFC stand for?
PFC stands for Power Factor Corrector (electronic system)
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In the Lighting technical session, which is dedicated to new control methods, circuit topologies, control ICs, and power management solutions, ST will introduce an IC that simplifies lighting ballast design by integrating in a single chip the Power Factor Corrector and half-bridge controllers and all the relevant drivers, protections and features to generate more light from less energy, while ensuring full compliance with safety and power consumption regulations.
19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- STMicroelectronics , a leader in offering complete lighting solutions, today introduced a single chip (Combo IC) which integrates a Power Factor Corrector (PFC) with a half-bridge controller and all the relevant drivers and logic for an electronic ballast IC for fluorescent lamps.