Renesas’ Winning Combinations are engineering-vetted designs that are designed to allow customers to take advantage of an elevated platform for their design ideas, accelerating their product development cycle, and lowering their overall risk in bringing designs to market.

“The addition of Dialog to the Renesas portfolio,” says Sailesh Chittipeddi, Executive Vice President & General Manager of the IoT and Infrastructure Business Unit, “presents a tremendous opportunity to drive growth and cross sales in our core segments of Power Management, Analog-Mixed Signal, Connectivity, Industrial and Standard Products. Additionally, Dialog’s focus on low-power technologies will allow us to further enhance sustainability across our product portfolio.”

To highlight the best of both companies’ portfolios, says the copmpany, it is showcasing its key IoT and Industrial Winning Combinations:

  • Quick Connect IoTRenesas’ recently-announced Quick Connect IoT, an IoT system design platform that significantly eases the prototyping of IoT systems to help users dramatically reduce time-to-market. The multi-board design platform eliminates widespread compatibility issues found in hardware and software, enabling designers to quickly and easily connect a wide range of sensors to MCU development boards. Combined with Dialog’s ultra-low power Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) (DA14531) and Wi-Fi (DA16200) SOCs, the new Pmod 6A board-to-board connector, and the glue codes embedded into the Renesas software package, Quick Connect IoT enables Renesas sensors and MCUs to seamlessly transmit to a mobile application or the cloud.
  • 100W Adapter with power delivery & wireless chargerRenesas’ 100W PD adapter is a multi-function PD adapter supporting 65W maximum PD output, BC1.2 fast charging, Qi 15W wireless charging, and two 5V2.1A USB A ports. It now includes the latest Dialog high power density AC/DC chipset (primary-side digital flyback controller / secondary side interface IC) with advanced zero voltage switching combined with Renesas’ USB PD controller, MOSFETs, PFC and wireless charging devices.
  • Smart Asset Tracking LabelThe Smart Tracking Label is an ultra-thin, credit card-sized, asset tracking solution to monitor and track environmental data through Bluetooth LE. It achieves optimal battery life via the low-power DA14531 Bluetooth LE 5.1 SoC combined with Renesas’ high-performance humidity and temperature sensors, with data logging stored via onboard serial Flash from Dialog. It provides 2-3 months of shelf life and roughly 30 days of active life using a rechargeable & disposable, printable 25mAh battery.

In addition, says the company, it has released nine Winning Combinations designed specifically for Automotive customers that combine analog products from Dialog with a broad range of Renesas solutions:

  • Automotive Winning Combinations – One new solution for In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) includes a combination of Dialog’s PMIC and CMIC with Renesas’ automotive R-Car SoCs, buck regulators and timing ICs. Another Winning Combination combines Dialog’s LED backlight and haptic drivers with Renesas’ PMIC for LCD to realize an automotive display system. Further solutions combining Renesas and Dialog offerings are underway, including a Wireless Battery Management Systems (BMS) with Dialog’s Bluetooth LE IC and Renesas’ battery management ICs and MCUs. For details, visit the Winning Combinations for Automotive page.

Takeshi Kataoka, Senior Vice President & General Manager of the Automotive Solution Business Unit says, “Dialog’s outstanding analog technologies add depth and breadth to our automotive lineup. By combining the best of both companies’ offerings, we expect to develop innovative automotive products that reduce our customers’ development burden and time-to-market. We are offering multiple new, integrated solutions featuring Renesas and Dialog products immediately, and look forward to introducing more going forward.”

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