Multiphase controllers are increasingly being used in autos for battery backup power conversion in the automotive sector. Multiphase controllers from manufacturers can operate in a temperature range of 40°C to 150°C.
A multiphase controller is a device that powers central processing units, graphics processing units, system-on-chips,and application-specific integrated circuits.
These components are used in a variety of applications, including telecommunication, network equipment, and Internet server and storage applications.
The advanced micro devices switched virtual interface, Intel system V interface definition, power management bus, and adaptive voltage scaling bus are among the communication protocols that these devices support.
They provide an extensive selection of customizable functions via a simple graphical user interface.
The Global automotive multiphase controller market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
For Intel’s CPU, DDR memory, and VCCIO/VMCP power supply requirements, ST’s digital multi-phase controllers offer comprehensive power conversion control solutions.
Fully configurable through PM bus and SVID commands; compliant with Intel Server VR12, VR12.5, and VR13TM; fully digital PWM solutions with 6+1, 4+1, 3+1, and 1+1 phase operation; and STVCOT guaranteeing ultra-fast transient response, fixed frequency operation in steady state, very high efficiency at light load conditions, and simple fine tuning.
Key parameters are sent via telemetry from a digital controller for GUI display. Black Box Recorder functionality is enabled by embedded non-volatile memory, which also records configuration parameters.
An auto-tuning compensation network makes it easier to evaluate applications for the devices and accounts for drift brought on by aging systems. Compact systems with external or integrated MOSFET drivers reduce PCB size and expense.
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