Silicon Labs has a series of new energy-saving PMIC products that can be used as dedicated supporting chips for EFR32 wireless devices and EFM32 MCUs. The EFP01 PMIC series provides a flexible system-level power management solution that can improve the energy efficiency of battery-powered applications, such as IoT sensors, asset tags, smart meters, security, home and building automation, and healthcare products. These feature-rich PMICs allow developers to determine the best battery type and chemistry for their application, while controlling the product's power supply through various output rails and voltages.
The company's PMIC solution meets the power management needs of IoT developers by improving the energy efficiency of its wireless and MCU products, while simplifying product design with first-class tools and support.
"If you want the simplest configuration and lowest power wireless solution, Silicon Labs' EFP01 PMIC with Wireless Gecko is the best choice," said Matt Saunders, Silicon Labs' vice president of IoT marketing and applications. "The EFP01 series provides a turnkey power management supporting solution for our wireless SoC and MCU series, and combines Simplicity Studio tools, reference designs, sample applications and a "PMIC aware" wireless stack for easy development. EFP01 has targeted us The Internet of Things connection platform is optimized to eliminate the need to incorporate multiple vendor reference designs into schematics or layouts."
PMIC simplifies power system design and reduces power consumption by enhancing control functions. PMICS includes low-voltage DC-DC converters and regulators, as well as flexible mechanisms for controlling power rails in system design.
Nikolai Brix Lindholm, Chief Technology Officer of Zliide, said: "The creation of the retail industry's first smart security tag that can communicate wirelessly with customers' mobile devices requires originality and innovation in power management." "Silicon Labs' Wireless Gecko platform, turnkey The combination of our PMIC solutions, development tools, and reference designs allows us to create ultra-low-power asset tags that provide longer battery life and outstanding wireless performance."