Power management ICs satisfy automotive and industrial qualifications

05-06-2019 | Mouser Electronics | Semiconductors

NXP Semiconductors PF8100 and PF8200 PMICs are created for high-performance i.MX 8, i.MX 8X, and S32V based applications. The devices are available now from Mouser. The PMICs feature seven high-efficiency buck converters and four linear regulators, producing power for the processor, memory, and the miscellaneous peripherals. Built-in one-time programmable memory stores key startup configurations, dramatically decreasing external components often used to set output voltage and sequence of external regulators. Regulator parameters are alterable through high-speed I2C after startup providing flexibility for different system states.

The PF8200 PMICs feature an integrated functional safety mechanism to comply with the ISO26262 standard and giving a powerful and flexible solution for ASIL-B(D) automotive modules.

The PF8100 PMICs are the non-safety version of this product, giving all the power management and digital control included in PF8200, without the functional safety overhead to demonstrate a more economical platform for systems not needing to meet the ASIL-B qualification.

Both series provide automotive or industrial qualifications. The PMICs are supplied in a compact 8mm x 8mm 56-pin HVQFN package with wettable flanks.

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