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Digitally Enhanced Power Analog (DEPA) controllers have analog control loops with digital oversight. An output is controlled by analog references, amplifiers, and Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) generators.
An embedded microcontroller (MCU) is used to configure, monitor, measure, and dynamically adjust that performance.
The system is able to report telemetry, make on-the-fly operating adjustments, and respond to errors with custom, application-specific code because of this.
Flexible and robust designs may require separate chips to regulate the output, adjust the operation of the regulator, measure the results, and communicate the information outside the system without this added integration.
DEPA controllers make it simple to create power supplies that are small, effective, and adaptable.
Power designers can combine the customizability of a digital microcontroller (MCU) with the elegance and performance of an analog PWM controller.
An 8-bit PIC microcontroller is incorporated into DEPA products to maintain the quick and effective analog feedback loop.
This provides configurability, as well as a communication interface for control or diagnostic functions and the capability to measure the environment and respond to it using individualised algorithms.
DEPA products are more adaptable than any other analog control architecture currently available on the market.
The Global Digitally Enhanced Power Analog (DEPA) controllers 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.
Two brand-new digitally enhanced power analog controllers for LED lighting applications have been announced today by Microchip Technology Inc., a leading provider of microcontroller, mixed-signal, analog, and Flash-IP solutions.
For reliable, long-lasting applications, the MCP19116 and MCP19117 increase LED lighting accuracy and enable users to carefully control LED light output levels without sacrificing color or light quality.
LED adoption has always been driven by efficiency and longevity. However, one of the most significant system considerations continues to be light quality.
A lighting product’s success depends on its controllability, brightness, and color. The MCP19116/7 is an intelligent pulse width modulation (PWM) controller with a fully integrated PIC MCU core that combines the flexibility of a digital interface with the power and performance of an analog controller to achieve cost savings while maintaining the highest standards of reliability, efficiency, and light quality.
A subsystem can report status or be controlled remotely thanks to the digital interface’s communication and configuration capabilities.
This usefulness is important for adding lighting to numerous applications, particularly high-unwavering quality auto and somewhat open web of things (IoT) gadgets.
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