In this article published by EDN, Editor, Steve Taranovich, discusses the upcoming Level VI efficiency standards and how CUI is working to implement the new standards across its power portfolio to keep its customers ahead of the continuously evolving global regulations.
The article begins, "I recently had a really enlightening discussion with CUI Inc. VP of Global Marketing, Jeff Schnabel and CUI resident expert on Power adapter Level VI exports, Andrew Johnson, Product manager for external adapters. The main reason for our discussion was to help get early information out to OEMs regarding the next level in Power Adapter standards, Level VI. CUI asked EDN to assist in informing the industry groups who will need to be aware of this new level of the international standard because in previous new level announcements, so many OEMs were caught off guard and not adequately prepared."
He goes on to say, "There is nothing I admire more in a company than their concern for their customers. I have seen this trait in CUI over the years in their efforts to promote power supply interoperability in the industry as well."
The article then leads into a brief history of efficiency standards, areas of change within the new standards, moving into Level VI and what the new standards mean going forward.
CUI is a technology company focused on the development and distribution of electronic components. At the leading edge of power supply design, the organization supports customers as they strive to improve the energy efficiency and environmental credentials of their application.
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