R²Coupler™ Series, Power Management - Specialized

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MAX16946GTE/V+
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$4.2254
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$3.9437
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$3.8028
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Ships from: HK
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Surface Mount
16-WQFN Exposed Pad
-40°C ~ 105°C
4.5V ~ 18V
16-TQFN (4x4)
2.1mA
R²Coupler™
Automotive
Systems, Remote Power
AEC-Q100
MAX16946GTE/V+T
5+
$3.1690
10+
$2.9577
15+
$2.8521
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2,967 Available
Can ship immediately
Ships from: HK
PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Surface Mount
16-WQFN Exposed Pad
-40°C ~ 105°C
4.5V ~ 18V
16-TQFN (4x4)
2.1mA
R²Coupler™
Automotive
Systems, Remote Power
AEC-Q100

About  Power Management - Specialized

Specialized power management integrated circuits (PMICs) are electronic components specifically designed for the control and manipulation of electrical power in various targeted applications. These PMICs are tailored to meet the specific requirements of each application and offer optimized solutions for tasks such as automotive airbag management, capacitor bank balancing, AC utility power monitoring, memory bus termination, ground fault detection, energy harvesting, small engine management, voltage regulation for processors or chipsets, load dump protection, haptic drivers, thermoelectric cooler control, and more. In automotive airbag management systems, PMICs play a critical role in ensuring the safe and reliable deployment of airbags during a collision. They control the power supply and timing signals required to trigger the airbags, effectively managing the energy transfer and deployment process. Capacitor bank balancing is another application where PMICs are used. In systems with multiple capacitors connected in parallel, these ICs monitor and control the voltage across each capacitor, ensuring equal distribution of charge and preventing imbalances that can lead to performance issues or premature failure. PMICs also find application in monitoring AC utility power, where they provide voltage and current sensing capabilities, enabling efficient power management and protection against overvoltage or undervoltage conditions. Memory bus termination is another area where specialized PMICs are utilized. They provide precise voltage regulation at the termination points of high-speed memory buses, ensuring optimal signal integrity and reliable data transfer. Other applications of PMICs include ground fault detection, which involves monitoring and detecting abnormal current paths to prevent electrical hazards, and energy harvesting, where these ICs facilitate the conversion and management of harvested energy from sources such as solar panels or vibration sensors. Small engine management systems benefit from PMICs that regulate and control the voltage and power delivery to different subsystems, ensuring smooth and efficient operation. PMICs are also employed in various voltage regulation scenarios, such as providing dedicated voltage regulation for processors or chipsets, ensuring stable and reliable performance. Load dump protection is another crucial application where PMICs safeguard electronic systems from voltage spikes that can occur during load disconnection in automotive or industrial environments. Additionally, PMICs are utilized in haptic drivers, which generate tactile feedback in devices such as smartphones or gaming controllers, and thermoelectric cooler control, where they regulate the power supply and temperature of thermoelectric cooling devices. In summary, specialized PMICs offer targeted solutions for a wide range of power management applications. They provide precise control, monitoring, and protection capabilities in areas such as automotive safety, energy harvesting, voltage regulation, system protection, and many more, contributing to the efficient and reliable operation of electronic systems in diverse industries.