Integrating Hot-swap Controller with Sequencing and Monitoring
Converting Analog DC-DC Converters into Digital Point of Load (POL) Regulators
Power Management and Fault Logging for Large Boards
Power and platform management experts from Lattice will lead the seminars, which are free; however, pre-registration is required. Each attendee will receive a copy of the seminar materials, as well as the Power 2 You comprehensive guide to power management. In addition, five attendees at each seminar location will win a Lattice Power Manager breakout board.
“As power and platform management become more complex and critically important in board design, the traditional approaches to power and platform management become less and less effective,” said Srirama Chandra, Lattice Senior Marketing Manager for Programmable Mixed Signal Solutions and author of Power 2 You.
“This seminar will teach board designers how to implement real world power and platform management design solutions, while reducing cost and accelerating time to market.”
In addition to launching the Power 2 You Seminar Series, Lattice is simultaneously lowering the cost of all five Power Manager II evaluation boards by 50%. “These boards can implement most of the power management functions reviewed in the seminar,” said Chandra.
“In addition, users can add their own custom circuit in the breadboard area for enhanced board- level verification.”
Lattice is also lowering the cost of all Platform Manager devices by up to 20%. “By making our Platform Manager devices more accessible to cost-sensitive designs and applications, we expect the use of integrated platform management to grow even more rapidly,” said Chandra.
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