a handheld electronic A specialised electronic chip known as a PMIC (Power Management Integrated Circuit) controls power distribution and consumption in portable electronic devices like smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
The voltage and current that enter and leave the device’s battery are regulated by the PMIC. It does this by converting the input voltage, which often comes from a power outlet or a USB connection, to the degree of voltage needed by the device’s internal parts, like the processor, memory, and display.
Also, it controls the battery’s charging and discharging, making sure that it is charged effectively and safely.
The PMIC might also have features like temperature sensing, battery protection circuitry, and processor communication interfaces in addition to power regulation.
Overall, the PMIC is essential for reducing the amount of power that portable electronic devices need, enabling them to function effectively and efficiently while extending battery life.
Global portable electronic PMIC market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
A new PMIC called the nPM1300, scheduled for availability in the middle, has been unveiled by Nordic Semiconductor. By adding four regulated power rails and capabilities for charging larger batteries, the nPM1300 will increase the company’s PMIC offerings.
It is intended for use with Nordic’s sophisticated wireless multiprotocol nRF52 and nRF53 Series SoCs (SoCs). It is designed for cutting-edge IoT solutions, including portable medical equipment and advanced wearables.
Moreover, Nordic Semiconductor has expanded the nPM1100 power management IC product line with three new product versions. The series has only previously been offered in an ultra-compact chip-scale package (CSP) form size, measuring 2.1 × 2.1 mm.
Using the most recent PMIC technology from the company, MagnaChip has released its first PMIC for laptops with UHD display panels.
For a total power solution, Analog Devices provides a wide selection of PMIC solutions that integrate battery charging, PowerPath control, and one or more dc-to-dc regulators.
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