Power Semiconductors

Newark expands power management IC agreement with Torex

27 October 2021

Newark, a division of Avnet, has signed a new agreement with Torex Semiconductor Ltd to expand its portfolio of analog power management ICs (PMICs).

Newark is now stocking Torex’s full range of analog PMIC devices that can be used with industrial, medical, entertainment and automotive applications.

The new PMIC products include:

  • XC9276 series of 150 mA step-down synchronous rectification DC/DC converters help reduce power consumption for a complete system, extending product battery life and space savings.
  • The XC918182 series of 600 mA step-down DC/DC converters that operate from 2.5V~5.5V and have a fast load transient response performance.
  • The XCL230/31 series 3.0 to 36 V input, 600 mA compact step-down micro DC/DC converters that include a built-in inductor simplifying PCB layout, reducing the risk of malfunction and EMI noise.
  • The XC6193/94 push-button load switch with storage mode that are intelligent switches that reduce power consumption while devices are in standby status after shipment, in storage or when the power supplies are off.
To contact the author of this article, email PBrown@globalspec.com


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