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PMICs are integrated circuits for power management that include multiple power rails and power management functions within a single chip. PMICs from Texas Instruments, STMicroelectronics and other leading manufacturers are available for same day shipping from our Mumbai warehouse. If you can't find what you are looking for or have large volume requirement, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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Empower your electronics with precision and control, utilizing Evelta's extensive range of power management ICs (PMIC). These industry-leading chips optimize every stage of power delivery, delivering impeccable efficiency, unwavering stability, and a streamlined design process.

From compact DC-DC converters to feature-rich multi-rail PMICs, Evelta caters to every project's demands. Whether you're crafting next-generation wearables, building robust industrial solutions, or pushing the boundaries of embedded systems, our PMICs offer:

  1. Unmatched Component Density: Reduce size and complexity, unlocking valuable PCB real estate.
  2. Exceptional Power Optimization: Extend battery life and minimize thermal footprint.
  3. Granular Voltage Control: Ensure reliable operation and protect sensitive components.
  4. Advanced Functionality and Configuration: Tailor power delivery for peak performance.

Explore our curated PMIC selection from the world's leading manufacturers, including Texas Instruments, Analog Devices, and Maxim Integrated. We offer a comprehensive range to match your precise needs, encompassing:

  1. Boost, buck, buck-boost, and multi-output DC-DC converters.
  2. High-performance linear regulators and LDOs.
  3. Efficient load switches and dedicated battery chargers.
  4. Comprehensive supervisory circuits and real-time clocks.

Eliminate power management bottlenecks and unlock the full potential of your designs. Evelta's PMICs empower engineers to innovate with confidence.

Browse now and unleash the power of control.

Q: What is the difference between a boost converter and a buck converter?

A: A boost converter increases voltage output, while a buck converter decreases it. Boost raises voltage, buck lowers voltage.

Q: How do I calculate the power requirements for my project?

A: Calculate power by multiplying voltage and current. Power (W) = Voltage (V) x Current (A). Consider efficiency and safety margins in your calculation.

Q: What are the best PMICs for battery-powered devices?

A: Select PMICs with low power consumption, high efficiency, and features like dynamic voltage scaling.

Q: How can I reduce the heat generated by my power ICs?

A: Improve efficiency, choose ICs with lower dropout voltage, and use proper heatsinking. Ensure your power supply operates within specified temperature limits.

Q: What features should I look for in a PMIC for a wearable device?

A: Prioritize small form factor, low power consumption, multiple power rails, and features like power sequencing and voltage scaling for optimal wearable device performance.

Q: How do I design a power supply for a high-power microcontroller?

A: Consider the microcontroller's voltage and current requirements. Choose a regulator with sufficient output capacity and stability, ensuring it meets the microcontroller's specifications.

Q: What are the safety considerations when using power management ICs?

A: Follow datasheet guidelines, adhere to voltage and current limits, implement overcurrent and overvoltage protection, and comply with safety standards to ensure safe operation.

Q: How can I implement wireless charging in my project?

A: Select a wireless charging IC compatible with your device, ensure proper coil alignment, and consider factors like charging efficiency and communication protocols such as Qi standard.

Q: What is the best way to optimize the cost of my power management solution?

A: Evaluate your project's power requirements precisely, consider the trade-offs between efficiency and cost, and explore cost-effective PMIC options that meet your specific needs.