Power Semiconductors

Electronica 2018: Integrated Nanopower PMICs for the Internet of Things

19 November 2018

The DA9070 PMIC. Source: Dialog SemiconductorThe DA9070 PMIC. Source: Dialog SemiconductorDialog Semiconductor has introduced a fully-integrated nanopower power management integrated circuit (PMIC) for internet of things (IoT) applications.

The DA9070 and DA9073 extend battery life by drawing greater than 1 uA quiescent current for each step-down regulators that power always-on components in an IoT system. The PMICs also reduce board area by 25% compared to discrete regulators, Dialog said.

Engineers can also create a battery fuel gauge with the DA9070 using the integrated voltage and current monitors, the company said. Dialog introduced the two PMICs at the Electronica 2018 trade show in Munich, Germany.

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