Kinetic Technologies’ Low Voltage, 24-Bit, I2C I/O Expander Keeps Interconnections to a Minimum

KTS1620: Low Voltage 24-Bit Fast-mode Plus I2C-bus I/O Expander for Microcontrollers

San Jose, Calif. – October 09, 2018 – Kinetic Technologies (Kinetic) announced today a widening of its product portfolio by the addition of a general-purpose input/output (GPIO) expander. The new KTS1620 is a low voltage, 24-bit, I2C-bus I/O expander designed for microcontrollers when additional I/Os are needed. The KTS1620 continues Kinetic’s product and market diversification while also increasing the company’s reach into high-end smartphones.

“GPIO expanders provide additional I/O ports while ensuring additional interconnections are kept to a minimum,” says Kinetic Vice President David Nam. “While the initial target for the KTS1620 is performance smartphones, GPIO technology is also widely used in industrial, consumer and automotive markets, allowing us to serve more customers across these industries.”

The KTS1620 provides multiple ways to program the I/O ports:

  • Input: Programs the polarity, latch, pull-up, pull-down, and interrupt functions.
  • Output: Programs with bank/pin selectable push-pull or open-drain options. Each output stage can be also programmed to optimize rise/fall times with up to four drive strengths.

The KTS1620 meets the I2C Fast-Mode Plus spec up to 1MHz, ranging from a power supply from 1.65V to 5.5V, enabling a mixed-power system where I2C power is not compatible with I/O port power.  Four adjustable I2C slave addresses are included to allow multiple KTS1620s in one I2C-bus system.

The KTS1620 is available in a Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) compliant, 36-ball, 2.6mm x 2.6mm FO-WLP66, and a 32-lead 5mm x 5mm x 0.75mm Thin-QFN package.

Key applications for the KTS1620 include laptops, desktop computers, smartphones, tablets and wearables.

The KTS1620 is available and shipping now. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

About Kinetic Technologies

Kinetic Technologies designs, develops and markets proprietary high-performance analog power and protection semiconductors across mobile, industrial, automotive and enterprise markets. We deliver protection solutions tolerant of real world fault conditions and make power management solutions smaller and more energy efficient. Kinetic Technologies has R&D centers in Silicon Valley and Asia, with worldwide operations, logistics and customer sales support. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

*The Kinetic Technologies logo is a trademark of Kinetic Technologies. All other brand and product names appearing in this document are the property of their respective holders.

Kinetic Technologies’ Latest Overvoltage Protection Device Offers Device Protection from Surges of up to ±100V

KTS1676: Overvoltage Protector Offers Bidirectional Blocking, logic compatible with wireless charging receiver devices

San Jose, Calif. – September 21, 2018 – Power management leader Kinetic Technologies is surging ahead in the power protection space with the latest addition to their ever-growing offering, the KTS1676. This innovative protection device has been designed to protect downstream devices from voltage supply faults of up to +28V and power surges of up to ±100V via integrated N-Channel MOSFET switches, while simplifying the interface and control to wireless charger receivers.

“Our latest overvoltage protector has been designed to interface with industry standard chip sets to simplify the integration of a wireless charging receiver, while maintaining the superior voltage and surge protection that our customers have come to expect from Kinetic Technologies,” says David Nam, Vice President of Kinetic Technologies. “Featuring high-current, ultra-low resistance 20mΩ bidirectional blocking MOSFET switches, the new device includes logic and a state machine to work in either slave mode or autonomous mode to arbitrate USB or wireless power inputs.”

The KTS1676 features a select pin that sets the OVLO threshold to an internally fixed 13V or 17V, and also selects the always ON, clamped output voltage of either 16V or 20V.

With the ability to interface directly to enable the wireless charger receiver, the KTS1676 also provides a multi-function FLAG pin that can be used to indicate when the system can be used in OTG mode.

Extra protection features include enhanced ESD, plus thermal shutdown to protect against any overload conditions.

The KTS1676 is available in a Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) and Green compliant 20-bump, 4mm pitch, 2.22mm x 1.82mm wafer-level, chip-scale package (WLCSP).

Key applications for the Kinetic Technologies KTS1676 include smartphones and tablets with wireless charging capability, mobile internet devices and peripherals.

The KTS1676 is available and shipping now. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

About Kinetic Technologies

Kinetic Technologies designs, develops and markets proprietary high-performance analog power and protection semiconductors across mobile, industrial, automotive and enterprise markets. We deliver protection solutions tolerant of real world fault conditions and make power management solutions smaller and more energy efficient. Kinetic Technologies has R&D centers in Silicon Valley and Asia, with worldwide operations, logistics and customer sales support. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

*The Kinetic Technologies logo is a trademark of Kinetic Technologies. All other brand and product names appearing in this document are the property of their respective holders.

Meet EMI Emissions and EMI Immunity Requirements from the Start of Design with Kinetic Technologies Solutions

KTA1550 and KTA1552: Active EMI & ESD Suppressors for Ethernet Applications

San Jose, Calif. – September 5, 2018 – Power management leader Kinetic Technologies is leading the charge with its dual- and quad-channel active EMI and ESD suppression technology, the KTA1550 and KTA1552. This integrated CMOS technology for suppression and transient voltage protection has been architected and designed to provide system-level ESD protection and EMI suppression in Ethernet products, enabling a smoother path to EMC compliance.

“Our patented active choke technology allows the KTA1550 and KTA1552 to offer superior common mode noise reduction without degrading Ethernet performance,” says Kinetic Technologies Vice President David Nam. “The adaptive and continuous suppression compensates for variables that cause common mode Ethernet noise and improves the differential-to-common mode balance of the system by as much as 10dB.  In short, system designers can now meet EMI emissions and EMI immunity requirements from the start of their designs, saving time and costly corrections down the road.”

The KTA1550 supports two twisted pair interfaces in a space saving 4mm x 2.5mm 16-pin TDFN package and is suitable for 10Base-T/100Base-TX applications (two for 1000Base-T applications). The KTA1552 supports four twisted pair interfaces in a 9mm x 4mm 36-pin DFN package and is suitable for 1000Base-T applications.

Key applications for the Kinetic Technologies EMI and ESD suppressor product family include:

  • Ethernet systems requiring additional CM suppression to meet EMC Class B emissions or higher EMI immunity requirements and ESD protection
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE) and non-PoE Ethernet systems
  • Voice over IP (VoIP) phones, IP cameras, Wireless Access Points (WAPs), routers and switches
  • Set-top boxes, networked printers and appliances, and desktop and laptop computers

The KTA1550 and KTA1552 are available and shipping now. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

About Kinetic Technologies

Kinetic Technologies designs, develops and markets proprietary high-performance analog power and protection semiconductors across mobile, industrial, automotive and enterprise markets. We deliver protection solutions tolerant of real world fault conditions and make power management solutions smaller and more energy efficient. Kinetic Technologies has R&D centers in Silicon Valley and Asia, with worldwide operations, logistics and customer sales support. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

*The Kinetic Technologies logo is a trademark of Kinetic Technologies. All other brand and product names appearing in this document are the property of their respective holders.

Kinetic Technologies Launches Family of LED Backlight Drivers with Single Inductor Support for Integrated Panel Camera Flash

KTD3133, KTD3134, KTD3136 and KTD3137: New LED Backlight Driver and Flash Portfolio

San Jose, Calif. – August 30, 2018 – The demand for advanced LCD Panel lighting solutions that deliver increased capabilities in a small package continues to grow. That’s why power management leader Kinetic Technologies is pleased to announce the launch of KTD3133, KTD3134, KTD3136 and KTD3137 (KTD3133/4/6/7), the latest 2- and 3-channel solutions in its LED backlight driver IC portfolio.

KTD3133/4/6/7 provide LED backlighting for LCD displays up to seven inches. KTD3137 and KTD3134 include a high current mode that drives the panel LEDs brighter during front side camera, still and video capture. Both backlight and flash modes operate using a single inductor, which drastically reduces the PCB area and eliminates components. These highly integrated step-up DC-DC converters operate with an input voltage from 2.7V to 5.5V and accommodate 1-cell lithium ion batteries or 5V supply.

“We’re thrilled to offer leading edge architectures to our customers to improve their product functionality,” says Kinetic Technologies Vice President David Nam. “We’re committed to driving solutions that predict the needs of OEMs, and this new LED backlight and flash family of solutions helps manufacturers decrease PCB area, reduce component count and improve the user experience.”

Each of the current sinks in the KTD3133/4/6/7 can regulate up to 30mA in backlight mode and are equipped with I2C interface for various controls. KTD3134/7 can drive up to 60mA in panel flash mode. Built-in protection features include: cycle-by-cycle inductor current limit, output overvoltage, LED fault (open or short) and thermal shutdown.

KTD3133/4/6/7 are available in a RoHS compliant 12-ball 1.19mm x 1.64mm WLCSP. Key applications include smartphones and tablets.

KTD3133/4/6/7 is available and shipping now. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

Product features include:

  • KTD3133/4/6/7
    • Wide input range: 2.7V~5.5V
    • I2C/PWM dual dimming control scheme
    • Programmable current sink turn on/off ramp time and shape
    • Selectable boost converter switching frequency
    • Programmable input PWM hysteresis to minimize jitter at low PWM duty cycle
    • Programmable OVP and current limit
    • Status reporting through I2C interface
  • KTD3133/4
    • 2-Ch current sinks, up to 8-LEDs per string
  • KTD3136/7
    • 3-Ch current sinks, up to 8-LEDs per string

About Kinetic Technologies

Kinetic Technologies designs, develops and markets proprietary high-performance analog power and protection semiconductors across mobile, industrial, automotive and enterprise markets. We deliver protection solutions tolerant of real world fault conditions and make power management solutions smaller and more energy efficient. Kinetic Technologies has R&D centers in Silicon Valley and Asia, with worldwide operations, logistics and customer sales support. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

*The Kinetic Technologies logo is a trademark of Kinetic Technologies. All other brand and product names appearing in this document are the property of their respective holders.

Kinetic Technologies Announces Industry’s First ±200V Surge Rated Overvoltage Protection IC

KTS1656: 200V Surge Protected, Single Input, Dual Output Load Switch Protects USB ports from Overvoltage and Reverse-voltage

SAN JOSE, Calif., May 29, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Design engineers across the consumer and industrial electronics markets can better protect their system designs with the KTS1656, the latest addition to the Kinetic Technologies overvoltage port protection portfolio. This new, surge-protected, single input, dual output overvoltage-protected load switch dramatically raises the USB port VBUS protection level against all competing products by doubling the surge voltage protection and protecting against reverse voltage conditions.

“System safety has become a critical issue, especially for consumer products like mobile phones and tablets. Design engineers want to provide the maximum protection during a potentially catastrophic fault condition,” says Kinetic Technologies Senior Director of Marketing Erik Ogren. “Using the KTS1656 provides a ‘behind the port’ solution that quietly protects downstream system components, while maintaining a seamless user experience.”

The KTS1656 input is rated for a DC input voltage up to +28V and is IEC61000-4-5 surge rated at greater than ±200V for unparalleled protection against power grid spikes. Two reverse-blocking load switches with extremely low resistance switch the input voltage to one of the two outputs. The VBUS to VOUT resistance is typically 20mOhm and is rated to 3.5Amps, while the VBUS to VSYS resistance is typically 35mOhm and rated to 6Amps. The KTS1656 features a flexible control interface, VBUS active discharge, a SYS output fault flag and an LDO output.

The KTS1656 minimizes the risk of equipment failure and keeps systems safe with overvoltage and surge protection. Key applications for this solution include smartphones, tablets, mobile devices, wearables and industrial equipment.

The KTS1656 is available and shipping now. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

About Kinetic Technologies

Kinetic Technologies designs, develops and markets proprietary high-performance analog power and protection semiconductors across mobile, industrial, automotive and enterprise markets. We deliver protection solutions tolerant of real world fault conditions and make power management solutions smaller and more energy efficient. Kinetic Technologies has R&D centers in Silicon Valley and Asia, with worldwide operations, logistics and customer sales support. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

*The Kinetic Technologies logo is a trademark of Kinetic Technologies. All other brand and product names appearing in this document are the property of their respective holders.

New USB Type-C Data Line Protection IC Provides Industry’s Fastest Response Time at 15 Nanoseconds

San Jose, Calif.  April 19, 2018   Power management leader Kinetic Technologies announced today the launch of USB Type-C Port Protector KTU1101, an important milestone for USB data line protection, and a significant addition to the company’s extensive overvoltage protection (OVP) portfolio. Now designers can avoid risk with this new, ultra-fast technology that offers an OVP response time of 15 nanoseconds (ns) beating the industry by a large margin.

Our goal is to raise the bar across OVP technology, and the KTU1101 does just that,” says Kinetic Technologies Vice President David Nam. “This level of protection for USB Type-C ports is an industry first. Competitive solutions are more than 350% slower to respond, which results in risk of system failure during short-to-VBUS events.” He continues, “this is a superior OVP solution that meets the demands of major OEMs, including the ability to truly protect down-stream ICs with a 6V absolute maximum ratingno one else is doing this.”

The KTU1101 provides ESD, surge, and OVP for USB Type-C CC/VCONN and SBU signal lines. Physical or moisture-related shorts between the signal pins and VBUS at elevated PD voltage levels can cause catastrophic damage to internal electronics; KTU1101 avoids the risk by keeping internal data line voltages below 6V. Integrated ESD protection eliminates the need for external TVS diodes.

The KTU1101’s ultra-fast response time and small solution size make it an ideal solution for USB Type-C port protection across many applications, including mobile and computing devices like smartphones, tablets and computers, as well as industrial hardware and enterprise solutions.

The KTU1101 is packaged in RoHS and green compliant 1.7mm x 2.1mm wafer-level chip-scale packaging and samples are available today. Contact Kinetic Technologies for more information.

About Kinetic Technologies

Kinetic Technologies designs, develops and markets proprietary high-performance analog power and protection semiconductors across mobile, industrial, automotive and enterprise markets. We deliver protection solutions tolerant of real world fault conditions and make power management solutions smaller and more energy efficient. Kinetic Technologies has R&D centers in Silicon Valley and Asia, with worldwide operations, logistics and customer sales support. Visit www.kinet-ic.com for more information.

*The Kinetic Technologies logo is a trademark of Kinetic Technologies. All other brand and product names appearing in this document are the property of their respective holders.

New USB Type-C Data Line Overvoltage Protection IC from Kinetic Technologies Saves Power and Delivers Fastest Fault Response Time

SAN JOSE, Calif.March 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Power management leader, Kinetic Technologies, announced today the launch of KTU1001, the hi-speed USB dual SPDT switch with overvoltage protection. The KTU1001 reinforces the commitment Kinetic Technologies holds to port protection and further expands the company’s data line protection portfolio.

“USB Type-C brings many benefits to users; however, it creates many potential fault conditions for OEM designers to protect against. Protecting system ICs downstream from the USB port is critical, and the KTU1001 brings the market’s highest level of OVP protection,” says Kinetic Technologies Vice President David Nam. “The KTU1001 provides significant power savings compared to competing solutions, which is important for mobile devicesand the added benefit of ultra-fast fault OVP maintains safe voltages, even under fault conditions.”

USB Type-C Power Delivery can negotiate up to 20V, which creates potential destructive fault conditions if VBUS and neighboring pins are shorted. The KTU1001 operates from 2.7V to 5.5V with overvoltage fault protection up to 20V and surge rating up to 25V.

The KTU1001 only consumes 25A yet has ultra-fast 100ns response to overvoltage conditions. The overvoltage threshold is 4.8V (typ) and the reverse-blocking switches are rated at 6Ω, 4pF and >1GHz -3dB bandwidth. Logic controls include a dedicated enable pin, independent switch ON/OFF pins, and the device features an overvoltage fault flag output. The KTU1001’s low power consumption and ultra-small packaging make it ideal for USB interface switching and protection across smartphones, tablets, mobile devices, camcorders, digital cameras, electronics with service test modes, embedded mass storage, telecom equipment, and set-top boxes.

KTU1001 is available and shipping now. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

Key product specifications:

  • For USB Hi-Speed (480Mbps) D+/D- or SBU1/2 signals
  • Operating Range: 2.7V to 5.5V
  • USB Hi-Speed Dual SPDT Switch/Multiplexer
    • Reverse blocking MOSFETs
    • >1GHz -3db Bandwidth
    • 6 Switch On-Resistance
    • 4.0pF Switch On-Capacitance
  • Overvoltage Protection
    • Ultra-fast response time: 100ns
    • Up to +20VDC
    • Surge Protection Up to +25V
    • OVP threshold: 4.8V (typ)
  • Low Quiescent Current: 25uA (typ)
  • /FLAG output overvoltage indicator
  • 1.17mm x 1.57mm WLCSP package
  • -40C to +85C Temperature Range

About Kinetic Technologies

Kinetic Technologies designs, develops and markets proprietary high-performance analog power and protection semiconductors across mobile, industrial, automotive and enterprise markets. We deliver protection solutions tolerant of real world fault conditions and make power management solutions smaller and more energy efficient. Kinetic Technologies has R&D centers in Silicon Valley and Asia, with worldwide operations, logistics and customer sales support. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

*The Kinetic Technologies logo is a trademark of Kinetic Technologies. All other brand and product names appearing in this document are the property of their respective holders.

New Reset IC by Kinetic Technologies Extends Battery Life and Improves User Experienceall in a Tiny Package

San Jose, Calif.  January 23, 2018   Power management leader, Kinetic Technologies, announced today the launch of the KTS1612, a two input, two output push-button reset IC with dual discharge paths and extremely low quiescent current in a tiny 1.5mm x 2.0mm UQFN package.

The KTS1612 operates over the 2.2 V to 5.5V supply voltage range, consuming less than 500nA (typ) of supply current at 4V, 80 percent lower than competing solutions, extending battery run time. This new solution generates a reset pulse for a factory-programmed reset timeout period after both manual reset inputs have been held logic-low for the factory-programmed setup period. The IC controls an optional external MOSFET, which is used to disconnect the battery from the system during shipping mode and system reset mode. The KTS1612’s dual discharge paths can power-cycle the system bus voltage and battery path during system reset unlike any industry solution of its kind.

“System designers face multiple problems with non-removable batteries,” says Erik Ogren, senior director of mobile in the Kinetic Technologies marketing group. “Battery discharge during shipping can create a poor experience when the user first attempts to power up their new device. Another problem affecting the user experience is when the operating system hangs, requiring a hardware reset, which is difficult to implement without a dedicated reset button. This solution solves both of these problems, and in a tiny package.”

The KTS1612 is available in Pb-free, fully green compliant, small 10-pin UQFN 2.0mm x 1.5mm package. Key applications include smartphones and tablets, wearables, portables, digital still cameras, video cameras, remote controls, Bluetooth speakers and GPS.

KTS1612 is available and shipping now.Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information about the KTS1612.

Product features include:

  • Operating Range: 2.2V-5.5V
  • Supply Current: 500nA typ (VDD = 4V)
  • Controls external MOSFET disconnect switch
  • Shipping mode disconnects embedded battery
  • Two pushbutton inputs, two reset logic outputs
  • Two pins to independently discharge two system voltages during reset
  • Low Quiescent Current: Max 1A in shipping mode

About Kinetic Technologies

Kinetic Technologies designs, develops and markets proprietary high-performance analog and mixed-signal power management semiconductors for consumer, computing, industrial and communication markets. The company۪s product offering consists of integrated circuits that transform, regulate, deliver and monitor the power consumed by analog and digital semiconductors and other electronic loads. Kinetic Technologies develops application-specific products that solve protection and power management needs across smartphones, tablets and wearables, as well as serving a wide range of industrial, automotive and enterprise solutions. Kinetic Technologies, a Cayman Corporation, has R&D centers in Silicon Valley and Asia, with operations and logistics based in Asia. For more information, please visit http://www.kinet-ic.com/.

*The Kinetic Technologies logo is a trademark of Kinetic Technologies. All other brand and product names appearing in this document are the property of their respective holders.

Kinetic Technologies Presents at 20th Annual Needham Growth Conference

San Jose, Calif.  January 19, 2018   Kinetic Technologies Chief Executive Officer Kin Shum recently presented at the 20th Annual Needham Growth Conference in New York, NY on January 17, 2018. This invite-only event brought together more than 300 growth companies across a broad range of industriesfrom semiconductors and healthcare to entertainment and softwareto discuss industry trends in 2018 and beyond.

Visit Kinetic Technologies to learn more about the Silicon Valley-based power management leader and its innovative solutions.

About Kinetic Technologies

Kinetic Technologies designs, develops and markets proprietary high-performance analog and mixed-signal power management semiconductors for consumer, computing, industrial and communication markets. The company۪s product offering consists of integrated circuits that transform, regulate, deliver and monitor the power consumed by analog and digital semiconductors and other electronic loads. Kinetic Technologies develops application-specific products that solve protection and power management needs across smartphones, tablets and wearables, as well as serving a wide range of industrial, automotive and enterprise solutions. Kinetic Technologies, a Cayman Corporation, has R&D centers in Silicon Valley and Asia, with operations and logistics based in Asia. For more information, please visit http://www.kinet-ic.com/.

*The Kinetic Technologies logo is a trademark of Kinetic Technologies. All other brand and product names appearing in this document are the property of their respective holders.

New LCD Power Solution from Kinetic Technologies Increases Performance and Reduces Overall Size by 70 Percent

San Jose, Calif.  January 9, 2018   Power management leader, Kinetic Technologies, is expanding its Display Power portfolio with the introduction of KTZ8850, a high efficiency step-up LED driver with dual output LCD bias power. The KTZ8850 offers higher efficiency and more programmability than competitors۪ discrete solutionsand in a smaller package that offers more than 70 percent savings in board space.

Senior Director of Mobile in the Kinetic Technologies Marketing group, Erik Ogren, says, “This is the latest addition to our extensive Display Power portfolio as we continue to focus on highly integrated solutions with a reduced footprint. KTZ8850 combines high efficiency and flexible configurations via an I2C compatible interface all in a tiny 2.5mm x 1.3mm package.”

The KTZ8850 combines the two main power functions required by the LCD panel, namely the LED backlight driver and the LCD panel bias, controlled from a single I2C address.

The LED backlight driver features a step-up converter with an integrated 40V low side power MOSFET, achieving a peak efficiency of 86 percent. The LED current can be programmed via the I2C compatible interface in 256-steps or via the PWM-dimming input, which achieves high accuracy across a wide dimming range that goes as low as 1 percent duty cycle at 30kHz.

The LCD bias driver section uses a single inductor and can support up to 80mA from each of the outputs, with peak efficiency up to 90 percent. The positive and negative voltage outputs and turn-on sequence are configurable via the I2C compatible interface. Output voltages from +/-4.0V to +/-6.3V can be programmed in 100mV steps.

Key applications for the new KTZ8850 include LCD bias and backlight LED drivers, which reach across smartphones, tablets, camcorders, digital cameras and more.

KTZ8850 is available and shipping now. Visit Kinetic Technologies for more information.

Product features include:

  • Pb-free Package: WLCSP-18 2.47×1.27mm
  • LED Backlight Driver
    • Drives up to 10 series LEDs or 2P8S LEDs
    • Backlight efficiency: up to 86 percent
    • Flexible dimming control
  • 256-step(8 bits) I2C compatible control or
  • PWM dimming frequency 5~100kHz, supporting 1 percent duty @ 30kHz
    • Programmable internal over voltage protection (default 36.5V)
  • LCD Bias Supplies
    • LCD bias efficiency: up to 90 percent
    • Wide dual output voltage range
  • Programmable +/-4.0V to +/-6.3V (100mV/step)
  • Output current up to 80mA
    • Programmable supply sequencing

About Kinetic Technologies

Kinetic Technologies designs, develops and markets proprietary high-performance analog and mixed-signal power management semiconductors for consumer, computing, industrial and communication markets. The company۪s product offering consists of integrated circuits that transform, regulate, deliver and monitor the power consumed by analog and digital semiconductors and other electronic loads. Kinetic Technologies develops application-specific products that solve protection and power management needs across smartphones, tablets and wearables, as well as serving a wide range of industrial, automotive and enterprise solutions. Kinetic Technologies, a Cayman Corporation, has R&D centers in Silicon Valley and Asia, with operations and logistics based in Asia. For more information, please visit http://www.kinet-ic.com/.

*The Kinetic Technologies logo is a trademark of Kinetic Technologies. All other brand and product names appearing in this document are the property of their respective holders.