Press Coverage




The Device Chronicle interviews Tim Strunck, Director of Software Engineering at Atom Power on a leading edge digital circuit breaker.


Charlotte Business Journal: Is Clean Energy the Key to Charlotte's Future? City Leaders and Corporate Executives Think So. 

Charlotte is perhaps best known for the position it holds in the financial-tech industry. If the last few years are any indication, however, city officials, local executives and entrepreneurs are working to make this banking town's mark on clean energy even more prominent.


Custom-based modules made from SiC MOSFETs minimise the impact of short circuits and overloads


Atom Power's latest digital circuit breaker has gained UL listing under UL 489I.


Atom Power, the US-based inventor of the first digital circuit breaker,has announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued two patents for its solid-state circuit protection technology.


Atom Power, inventor of the world’s first and only digital circuit breaker, today announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued two patents for its solid-state circuit protection technology.


The electricity system is evolving from analog to digital — and that’s great news for transitioning off of fossil fuels.


Atom Power, the US start-up behind the world's first digital circuit breaker, has announced its SiC power modules, models SWXFT100CPM and SWXFT50CPM, are UL Recognised to UL 1557.


Industry trailblazer achieves UL Recognition to UL 1557 for proprietary SiC Power Modules


Arc flash sparked idea for Atom Power, says engineer-turned-CEO.  His startup, Atom Power, has a digital circuit breaker now in pilot tests and a second generation based on a custom module coming this summer.


A first-ever digital circuit breaker was certified for commercial use this month, according to a new story in Popular Mechanics. 


Atom Power is bringing circuit breakers into the 21st century, combining software and connectivity to create the first digital circuit breaker certified by Underwriters Laboratories, which sets industry safety standards for consumer products.


3,000 times faster than the fastest mechanical breaker, this innovation could radically alter how we manage power.


Atom Power announced its innovative digital circuit breaker technology is now UL-listed. The company says this is the first time in the history of commercial power distribution that a digital solid-state circuit breaker has been listed by UL.


New digital circuit breakers that combine computing power with wireless connectivity may finally replace an 140-year-old electromechanical technology