Status: In Production
The MIC2800 is a high performance power management IC, giving three output voltages with maximum efficiency. Integrating a 2MHz DC/DC converter with an LDO post regulator, the MIC2800 gives two high efficiency outputs with a second, 300mA LDO for maximum flexibility. The MIC2800 features a LowQ® mode, reducing the total current draw while in this mode to less than 30µA. In LowQ® mode, the output noise of the DC to DC converter is 75µVRMS, significantly lower than other converters which use a PFM light load mode that can interfere with sensitive RF circuitry.The DC to DC converter uses small values of L and C to reduce board space but still retains efficiencies over 90% at load currents up to 600mA.The MIC2800 is a μCap design, operating with very small ceramic output capacitors and inductors for stability, reducing required board space and component cost.
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The MIC2800 Evaluation Board is used to demonstrate the capabilities of MIC2800 PMIC which can deliver 600mA from a DC/DC buck converter and 300mA from each of the two stand-alone LDOs. The board accepts an input voltage from 3.6V to 5.5V and will deliver an output voltage of 1.8V for the DC/DC converter, 1.25V and 3.3V from the LDOs.
The ATSAMA5D27-SOM1-EK1 is a fast prototyping and evaluation platform for the SAMA5D2 based System in Packages (SiPs) and the SAMA5D27-SOM1 (SAMA5D27 System On Module). The kit comprises a baseboard with a soldered ATSAMA5D27-SOM1 module. The module features an ATSAMA5D27C-D1G-CU SIP embedding a 1-Gbit (128 MB) DDR2 DRAM. The SOM integrates a Power Management IC (PMIC), a QSPI memory, a...
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