PMICs Work In The Nano-Power Range

Dialog Semiconductor introduces its first nano-power PMICs for IoT applications, the DA9070 and DA9073. Reportedly. the PMICs extend battery life by drawing less than 1 µA of quiescent current for each of its step-down regulators that power always-on components within the system, Developers also have the option of creating a battery fuel gauge solution with the DA9070, using the integrated voltage and current monitors.

 

The PMICs provide system designers an all-in-one power management solution. By doing so, they help extend battery life for IoT devices, but also minimize board space. For more details and specs, checkout the DA9070 datasheet and the DA9073 datasheet.

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