In combination with the ZSPM9000, ZMDI’s ultra-compact MOSFET with integrated power-stage driver, the ZSPM1000 enables smart digital POL solutions for area constraint and high-performance applications such as servers, storage units, processor and FPGA boards, and others.
The ZSPM1000 provide best-in-class transient performance, enabled by ZMDI’s Tru-Sample technology. At the same time, ZMDI’s State-Law technique ensures a good steady-state behavior.
The ZSPM9000 DrMOS is the ideal companion for ZMDI’s ZSPM1000 for non-isolated Point-of-Load (POL) supplies. An internal linear regulator enables the ZSPM9000 to operate from a single supply.
The ZSPM1000 digital POL controller IC comes in smallest standard package currently available: a 24-pin QFN package of 4 mm x 4 mm. The ZSPM9000 comes in a matching ultra-compact 40-pin PQFN package of 6 mm x 6 mm and provides 72% space saving compared to conventional discrete solutions.
The PC-based ZMDI Pink Power Designer provides a user-friendly and easy-to-use interface to the device for communication and configuration. It guides the user through the design of the digital compensator and offers intuitive configuration methods for additional features such as protection and sequencing.
The ZSPM1000 controller and the ZSPM9000 DrMOS are in full production now and a complete evaluation kit, the ZSPM8000-KIT, and the PC-based Pink Power design tools are available from ZMDI. For 10,000 pieces, the chipset is priced at €2,12 or US $3,21 .
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