Dialog provides PMICs for Renesas SoCs

April 27, 2017 // By Peter Clarke
Dialog Semiconductor plc has said that its power management IC (PMIC) chipset is available for use in the Renesas R-Car H3 automotive computing platform. The H3 platform is intended for driving support systems and in-vehicle infotainment.

The power management chipset comprises the DA9063-A system PMIC and two sub PMICs, the DA9213-A and the DA9214-A.

The PMIC has been partitioned to provide flexibility to match different H3 SoC implementations that require different voltages.

Dialog is currently one of the preferred power solution providers in Renesas' second-generation R-Car H2 platform.

Dialog claims that its PMIC combination delivers less power consumption than other PMICs while offering features such reprogrammable power sequencing, dynamic voltage scaling, and over-temp and over-voltage shut down.

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