- 4 to 5.5V Input with 20V Protection
- 0.8A Linear Charger
- Four High Efficiency DCDC Converters
- Three LDOs
- Three Load Switches
- Four Configurable GPIOs
- I2C Serial Interface
- Reset and Power Sequencing
- Minimal External Component Count
- Two Low Power Modes
The ACT81460 is a low power PMIC (power management integrated circuit) that is specifically designed for battery operated systems and is suitable for a variety of processor applications. It features very low standby current that prolongs battery life between charges, especially in applications requiring long stand by or low power mode durations. It is a highly efficient PMIC that also enhances battery run time during normal operating modes. The number of regulators that can be turned OFF or left ON during low power modes is configurable and offers users flexibility to optimize system efficiency.
The IC includes four DC/DC converters with integrated power FETs, three low-dropout regulators (LDOs), and three load switches. Two of the DC/DC converters are step down buck regulators, one is a step up/down buck-boost regulator and the fourth is a high voltage step-up boost regulator capable of providing up to 20V. Each regulator can be configured for a wide range of output voltages through the I2C interface.
The ACT81460 PMIC is available in a 3.3 x 3.3 mm 49 ball WLCSP package with optimized pinout for easy PCB routing.
Advantages of our Modular Power PMU
|Space Saving||With fully integrated power stages with high switching frequency
of 2.25MHz (1.125Mhz) to reduce external component size
|Integrated sequencing||Easy system level design with programmable Reset and Power
Good functions allows for flexible sequencing options
|Seamless sequencing||With external supplies via integrated GPIOs and Power Good signals|
|Highly configurable||Via a I2C uP interface for status reporting and controlling|
The Evaluation Tool Users Guide describes the characteristics and operation of the Active Semi ACT81460EVK1-904 evaluation kit (EVK).
It provides setup and operation instructions, schematic, layout, BOM, and test data.
This EVK demonstrates the ACT81460 ActivePMU power management IC.