The size and cost of the power supply has become a dominant factor in many applications. At the same time, most of the power supplies have large electrolytic capacitators, which are expensive, bulky and often limit the product lifetime. The ambition of the TinyPower project is to develop an integrated switch-mode power supply consisting of an integrated circuit where only a few external components need to be added to achieve a complete product.
Six Danish companies are joining forces with DTU (Denmarks Technical University) to develop the world's smallest integrated switch-mode power supply. The Danish government fund InnovationsFonden supports the project with 14 million DKR (~€1,9M).
Viso Systems ApS
Nordic Power Converters IVS