Dialog Semiconductor System PMICs Power Any Single- or Dual-Core ARM® Cortex A® Processor
DA9061 and DA9062 PMICs provide a high performance, low cost solution for scalable and adaptable power.
Dialog Semiconductor plc (FWB:DLG), a provider of highly integrated power management, AC/DC power conversion, solid state lighting (SSL) and Bluetooth® low energy technology, today announced that its DA9061 and DA9062 power management integrated circuits (PMICs) are available in production quantities. These highly efficient, cost-optimized PMICs can power a broad range of processor-based devices. Applications include handheld consumer, industrial embedded, smart home and automotive systems.
DA9061 and DA9062 PMICs can be powered from a single cell Li-Ion battery or a 5V supply and are designed to meet the minimum requirements in a system for core, memory, peripherals and IO supplies. Each PMIC can power single or dual-core system processors or, when combined with Dialog’s multi-phase sub-PMICs, seamlessly power complete multicore systems requiring greater than 20A on the core supply.