- AC-DC Power Conversion
- Battery Management
- DC-DC Controllers
DC-DC Converters and Voltage Regulators
- LDO Linear Voltage Regulators
- Buck Regulators
- Boost Regulators
- Step Up (Boost) - Synchronous Products
- Step Up (Boost) - Low IQ Products
- Step Up (Boost) - Non-Synchronous
- Complete Step Down Regulators
- Step Down upto 6V
- Step Down up to 36V
- Step Down upto 75V
- Multi-Output Regulators
- Inductorless Offline Switching Regulators
- Multi Channel (PMIC)
- Charge Pumps
- DDR Termination Regulators
- Design Support
- Hot Swap Controllers
- MOSFET Drivers
- PMIC - Power Management ICs
- Power Check Design Service
- Power Modules
- Power Switches
- Reverse Power Feed (RPF)
- Silicon Carbide (SiC) Devices and Power Modules
- Transient Voltage Suppressors
- Voltage Supervisors and References
Battery Charge Management and Controllers
Microchip addresses the key requirements for Battery Charging applications such as:
- Safe charging
- Maximize fuel capacity
- Minimize charge time
- Small form factor
A good battery charger maximizes battery capacity, extends battery life and monitors the charging process. Depending on Battery Chemistry, Microchip offers a broad array of Battery Management Solutions which feature small package sizes, high-efficiency, low standby power, accuracy and versatility solutions to solve these portable power conversion challenges.
To further reduce design size, cost and complexity, the Li-Ion Charge Management Controllers provide a reliable, low-cost and high accuracy voltage regulation solution with few external components.
Mixed-Signal PIC® Microcontroller Based Solutions
The PIC16F785 Flash Microcontroller offers all of the advantages of the well-recognized mid-range x14 architecture with standardized features including a wide operating voltage of 2.0-5.5 Volts, on-board EEPROM Data Memory and nanoWatt Technology. Analog peripherals include up to 12 channels of 10-bit A/D, two operation amplifiers, two high-speed analog comparators and a Bandgap Voltage Reference. Digital peripherals include a standard Capture/Compare/PWM (CCP) module, a two-phase PWM with asynchronous feedback, a 16-bit timer and two 8-bit timers.
MPLAB® Analog Designer
Provides design suggestions for common circuit needs, estimates performance for common modifications, and can export to MPLAB® Mindi™ Analog Simulator for verification.
MPLAB® Mindi™ Analog Simulator
Uses a SIMetrix / SIMPLIS environment to model circuit behavior, reducing design time with software debugging for initial design verification.
Power Check Design Service
Provides advice on your exact physical circuit layout, sharing best practices from an experienced power supply designer, so that physical hardware will match simulations.