Power Management (PMIC)4 Results
Choosing a Power Management IC for Energy-Harvesting Applications
A review of recent developments in PMICs for energy-harvesting design from vendors including Maxim, Linear Technology, Texas Instruments and Cymbet.
Safely Manage and Protect DC Power Rails Using Advanced Load Switches
Using load switches with advanced features integrated on board, designers can greatly reduce time, cost, and space while ensuring a safe, reliable design.
MIC5501/2/3/4 LDOsMicrochip's MIC5501/2/3/4 LDOs are designed for battery-powered applications and applications where the control signal is floating during processor boot-up.
NCV81277A 4/3/2/1 Phase Buck Controlleronsemi’s NCV81277A 4/3/2/1 phase buck controller offers precision power delivery across up to four phases with dual-edge PWM technology.
LTC9101-2A/LTC9102 Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) ControllerADI's LTC9101-2A/LTC9102 feature per-port 14-bit current/voltage monitoring, programmable current limits, and versatile fast shutdown of preselected ports.
About Power Management -PMIC
PMIC, or Power Management Integrated Circuits, refers to a wide range of application-specific ICs or chips. Included in this category is PMICs for AC/DC Converters, Battery Chargers, Battery Management, Current Regulation, Display Drivers, Energy Metering, Full/Half-Bridge Drivers, Gate Drivers, Hot Swap Controllers, Laser Drivers, LED Drivers, Lighting/Ballast Controllers, Motor Drivers, OR Controllers, Power Factor Correction, Power Distribution Switches, PoE Controllers, Power Supply Controllers, RMS to DC Converters, Supervisors, Thermal Management, V/F and F/V Controllers, various Voltage Regulators, and More.