All In Amber Solutions
Adding to its proprietary intellectual property, Amber Solutions, has announced it secured four new patents for core technology applications that deliver digitally powered and enhanced GFCI, AFCI and overcurrent inrush current protection in solid-state circuit breakers and other electrical products. Of Amber’s portfolio of 10 secured patents, the four new patents, plus two prior patents, support […]
Robert Archer · August 30, 2021
Infineon Technologies and Amber Solutions, have announced an alliance on a range of silicon opportunities anchored around Amber’s digital control of electricity with embedded intelligence. The collaboration includes two main tracks of effort starting this year. The first track will focus on upgrading the power management architecture in specific product categories, like smart circuit breakers, light […]
Robert Archer · July 06, 2021
Amber Solutions has announced its solid-state based Energy Traffic Controller. The Dublin, Calif.-based company’s latest product incorporates embedded technologies that enables “on-the-fly” switching of a building’s electrical sources. Amber Solutions states the Energy Traffic Controller’s capabilities are built upon the company’s technologies that digitally control electricity to provide property owners with state-of-the-art management of electricity. […]
Robert Archer · March 12, 2021
Amber Solutions raises $8.5M in new funds to support its solid-state technology for electrical circuit breakers, light switches and outlets.
Jason Knott · January 25, 2021
Adding to its product line of circuit breakers, smart outlets and smart switches, Amber Solutions has introduced its Two-Wire Dimmer. Amber Solutions says that its new, solid-state dimmer works without a neutral wire, and it is compatible with most types of LED bulbs. According to the Dublin, Calif.-based manufacturer, the 3/4-inch deep Two-Wire Dimmer provides […]
Robert Archer · December 08, 2020
Amber Solutions targets smart home integrators with its patented solid-state technology for electrical circuit breakers, light switches and outlets.
Jason Knott · May 13, 2020