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Power Management ICs accelerate design productivity.

Spansion, LLC    Sunnyvale, CA 94088 3453
Sep 15, 2014 Designed to power Xilinx® Zynq®-7000 All Programmable SoCs, Spansion® MP39C50x Series includes 3 models: MB39C502 with voltages of 0.7–2.0 V, MB39C503 ranging from 2.4–3.5 V, and MB39C504 rated at 5.0 V. Devices can control heavy current, with max input of 25 V/20 A, within ±1% of reference voltage, and ±0.3% of load regulation. They also suppress stand-by consumption current to 40 µA or lower. With intelligent power management function, PMICs prevent system damage in case of current overflow.

Three-Channel DC/DC PMIC is available as single-chip solution.

Spansion, LLC    Sunnyvale, CA 94088 3453
Jul 28, 2014 Series S6AP412A supplies 3 channels of power on one chip to system-on-chip (SoC) products, memory, and peripheral products that comprise core of office automation equipment and network devices with image and voice processing functions. Software enables flexible and precise power supply sequence control, while I²C communication interface enables switching to optimum voltage according to SoC operation mode and process conditions while maintaining output.

Energy Storage System utilizes vanadium flow battery.

UniEnergy Technologies    Mukilteo, WA 98275
Jun 06, 2014 Featuring modular, plug-and-play design, grid-scale Uni.System™ comprises five 20 ft standard containers requiring only concrete pad and interconnection. Containers provide 500 kW of power for 4 hours, with power up to 600 kW and energy up to 2.2 MWh. All-in-one Uni.System provides both short and long buffering capabilities to integrate renewables effectively with grid. With temperature range of -40 to 120°F, system supports micro-grids in diverse locations and settings.

Multi-Standard Wireless Charging SoC enhances smartphone design.

Multi-Standard Wireless Charging SoC enhances smartphone design.

Broadcom Corp.    San Jose, CA 95110
Jun 05, 2014 Affording OEM flexibility by enabling automatic selection between specifications from A4WP, PMA, and WPC, BCM59350 lets mobile device manufacturers add multi-standard wireless charging. This wireless charging PMU (power management unit) delivers up to 88% AC to DC efficiency and supports up to 7.5 W for accelerated charging. Boost mode enables charging with 50% less voltage, and product can be designed in smartphone motherboard or battery cover.

Universal PMIC offers full design programmability.

Exar    Fremont, CA 94538
Apr 11, 2014 Consisting of quad-output, synchronous step-down PMIC, Model XRP7720 can be programmed to meet needs of nearly all systems. Configurable parameters and functions include output voltage, full feature up and down sequencing, fault behavior, GPIO functionality, and control loop. All are re-configurable through on board FLASH memory. During qualification, system engineer has access to full suite of Power(XR) capabilities such as re-configurability, real-time dynamic control, and telemetry.

Programmable Quad-Output PMIC monitors system power.

Exar    Fremont, CA 94538
Apr 11, 2014 Compatible with Intel® Node Manager energy monitoring, XRP7725 Synchronous Step-down PMIC offers full control via SMBus compliant I2C interface allowing for advanced local- and remote-reconfiguration, full performance monitoring and reporting, as well as fault handling. Output voltages can be programmed from 0.6–5.5 V without any external components. By sampling current on each of 4 outputs every millisecond and accumulating readings, accuracy of power monitoring is optimized.

Intelligent Panelboard provides lighting and load management.

Intelligent Panelboard provides lighting and load management.

Eaton Corp.    Pittsburgh, PA 15108
Mar 19, 2014 By providing full range of lighting control, dimming, and daylight harvesting capabilities, Pow-R-Command™ can minimize HVAC load requirements as well as lighting energy usage in industrial and commercial facilities. System incorporates branch circuit protection and color touchscreen display for system status data and override control. Through compartment behind display, users can safely access low voltage communications and I/O connections without removing trim or deadfront.

Power Management ICs target RF agile radios and FPGAs.

Analog Devices Inc    Norwood, MA 02062
Mar 13, 2014 Housed in 7 x 7 mm, 48-lead LFCSP package, ADP505x Series combines 4 buck switching regulators (4 A, 4 A, 1.2 A, and 1.2 A) with one 200 mA low dropout regulator, providing power density of 25 W in 310 mm² PCB area. All 4 switching regulators operate over wide input voltage range of 4.5–15 V and are synchronized to single clock with programmable range of 250 kHz to 1.4 MHz. Programmable phase shifts of 0°, 90°, 180°, 270° on each buck regulator minimize input ripple.

Hardware/Software System controls power flow throughout grid.

Gridco Inc    Woburn, MA 01801
Jan 27, 2014 Built to solve distribution challenges faced by electric utilities, emPower™ Solution combines modular power electronics, advanced control algorithms, distributed networking, and sophisticated power system analytics. Active and intelligent power control enables utilities to reliably integrate distributed renewable generation, improve Volt-VAR optimization initiatives for energy efficiency and peak demand reduction, and provide optimized power quality.

Atomic Force Microscopes offer photothermal excitation.

Asylum Research    Santa Barbara, CA 93117
Nov 18, 2013 Available exclusively for Cypher™ AFMs, blueDrive Photothermal Excitation option makes tapping mode imaging stable and accurate. Feature uses blue laser to directly excite AFM cantilever photothermally, replacing conventional piezoacoustic excitation mechanism. blueDrive  is compatible with full range of tapping mode techniques in air and liquid including topographic imaging, phase imaging, electric force microscopy, Kelvin probe force microscopy, and magnetic force microscopy.

Power Management ICs target automotive applications.

Power Management ICs target automotive applications.

ON Semiconductor    Phoenix, AZ 85008
Nov 01, 2013 Running off 2–44 V input voltage, NCV8876 non-synchronous boost controller with automatic wake up and shutdown functions is designed to supply minimum output voltage during start-stop conditions to counteract sag in vehicle’s battery voltage. Featuring 2.1 MHz switching frequency, NCV896530 dual channel step-down DC-DC converter is targeted at driver assistance systems. Both channels are externally adjustable from 0.9–3.3 V and can source currents up to 1,600 mA.

Functional Modules integrate RTC and solid state battery.

Cardinal Components, Inc.    Wayne, NJ 07470
Sep 30, 2013 Housed in 10 x 12 mm SMD package, Real Time Plus™ Modules integrate Real Time Clock with 2-wire I2C control, RoHS solid state battery, trickle charge-recharging circuit, power management circuit, and 32 kHz watch crystal. Devices also incorporate 8 Bytes of RAM and 2 Bytes of EEPROM. Providing 4-, 20-, and 90-day battery backup, respectively, Models CRTPN05, CRTPA12, and CRTPA5 are suited for consumer electronics, industrial, commercial, aerospace, agricultural, medical, and military markets.

Multi-Mode PMU extends battery life in MCU-based systems.

Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)    Dallas, TX 75243-4136
Jul 19, 2013 Supplied in 4 x 5 mm package, TPS65290 enables total system quiescent current down to 100 nA — minimizing power consumption in battery-powered, MCU-based water/gas meters and other industrial applications. Managing all system power requirements, including load conditions from 100 nA to 500 mA, power management unit (PMU) incorporates 3 factory-configurable, always-on power supplies for MCU sleep mode and automatic function for choosing power from input voltage or buck-boost converter.

Power MOSFETs feature low on-resistance.

Vishay    Malvern, PA 19355
Jul 12, 2013 Halogen-free and RoHS-compliant, TrenchFET® Gen III P-channel MOSFETs include -40 V SiS443DN in PowerPAK 1212-8 package and -30 V SiSS27DN in PowerPAK 1212-8S package. Units are optimized for 24, 19, and 12 V load switches as well as adapter and battery switches in wide range of applications including power management in mobile computing, smartphones, and tablets. Max on-resistance is 11.7 mΩ (-10 V) and 16 mΩ (-4.5 V) for SiS443DN and 5.6 mΩ (-10 V) and 9 mΩ (-4.5 V) for SiSS27DN.

Hybrid Power Management System uses any battery chemistry.

Hybrid Power Management System uses any battery chemistry.

Hoffman Engineering Corp.    Stamford, CT 06907
May 16, 2013 Intended for mobile medical carts, Model 451 converts battery's DC power into AC and DC outputs, allowing system to operate electronic devices without converters, inverters, or adapters. System delivers 450 W of power to rapidly charge any size battery with 25 A of output. Providing minimum 12-hour run time, Model 451 accepts universal input power and provides simultaneous 5, 12, and 19.5 Vdc outputs along with 120 Vac True Sine Wave output for protection of sensitive computer electronics.

Power Management Gate Drivers target IGBT and SiC FET designs.

Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)    Dallas, TX 75243-4136
Mar 06, 2013 As 35 V, single-channel output stage power management gate drivers, UCC27531 and UCC27532 prevent digital controllers from operating too close to power circuitry. UVLO settings and rail-to-rail output voltage provide system protection, while split-output configuration improves Miller turn-on immunity and prevents IGBT/MOSFET damage. Along with peak current of 2.5 A source and 5 A sink, features include negative input voltage handling and propagation time with 17 ns typ delay.

VID Interface Controller features adjustable start-up current.

Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)    Dallas, TX 75243-4136
Feb 18, 2013 Supplied in 10-pin, 3 x 3 x 0.8 mm SON package, LM10011 power management controller has 4- and 6-bit voltage identification (VID) interfaces and is designed to operate along with POL regulator to adjust core voltage of VID-enabled processor. Product offers 1% output accuracy and 16 pin-programmable current output options during start-up. Able to help reduce power consumption in wireless infrastructure applications, controller operates over 2.97–5.5 V input range.

Power Management Unit features 10 mS start-up time.

Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)    Dallas, TX 75243-4136
Feb 14, 2013 Optimized to work with TI's automotive OMAP™ processors, Model TPS659119-Q1 targets instant-on applications such as automotive infotainment systems. IC features 3 step-down DC/DC converters, 2 with dynamic voltage scaling and 1 for I/O power. Control signal enables one external buck controller for external FETs to support high current rail when necessary. With 8 LDO voltage regulators and 1 real-time clock LDO, AEC-Q100-qualified unit provides flexible output power to serve multiple processors.

Front-End PMIC enhances ARM® Cortex A15-based designs.

Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)    Dallas, TX 75243-4136
Feb 11, 2013 Supplied in multi-row QFN packaging, TPS65090 PMIC extends battery run-time in tablets and other portable electronics while also simplifying design and reducing board space. Single-chip front-end power management unit (PMU) specifically incorporates 4 A switching PowerPath charger, three 5 A DC/DC step-down converters, 7 load switches, 2 always-on LDOs, and 10-channel ADC. Battery run-time benefits from up to 95% efficiency across 8–12 V output voltages for 2–3 cells in series.

Quadruple Output Regulator suits car infotainment applications.

Allegro Microsystems, Inc.    Worcester, MA 01615
Nov 14, 2012 Model A8600 power management IC includes 3 asynchronous regulators, one of which is always on and operates down to at least 3.6 VIN while drawing less than 50 µA from 12 VIN. Available in 48-pin LQFP, product has EN/SYNC input for on/off or to increase/decrease base PWM frequency; 4 adjustable soft-start times; and 4 external compensation pins. Two high-side switches block reverse current. Also included are pulse-by-pulse current limit and short circuit, BOOT voltage, and over-voltage protection.

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