Power management chips (PMICs) to reduce the size, power consumption and cost of next-generation designs.
Designers of modern mobile devices based on high performing application processors and system on chips (SoCs) are on a constant quest to improve power efficiency and reduce form factor.
Maxim Integrated has launched a pair of power-management integrated circuits (PMICs) that claim to extend battery life by consuming 40 percent less power than standard solutions while providing the most compact form factor in the market.
The MAX77714 and MAX77752 are intended to reduce the size, power consumption and cost of next-generation designs for virtual reality/augmented reality, gaming, solid-state drives (SSDs), security, industrial internet of things (IIoT), cameras and home automation hubs.
Maxim notes that it’s high-performance chips offer complete power management so that application processors can operate at peak levels and deliver a stable, high-quality user experience.
Complete Power-management solutions in a compact footprint
The MAX77714 PMIC is a complete, efficient power-management solution in a compact 70-bump, 4.1mm x 3.25mm x 0.7mm WLP package. The device enables multi-core processor-based systems to operate at maximum performance with greater than 90 percent efficiency at 3.6VIN, 1.1V OUT.
The MAX77752 is a multi-channel, compact PMIC designed for applications with multiple power rails and hot-plugging capabilities. It comes in a compact 40-pin, 5mm x 5mm x 0.8mm, 0.4mm-pitch TQFN package.
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