Low-voltage power management unit

  • 25-Mar-2013 03:17 EDT

The Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) low-voltage power management unit features an ultra-fast startup time of under 10 ms for demanding instant-on automotive applications, such as graphical cluster, infotainment, and advanced driver assistance systems. The TPS659119-Q1 is optimized to work with TI's automotive OMAP processors, including the DRA6x family (codenamed "Jacinto") of infotainment processors, and other ARM Cortex-A offerings. Factory-programmed, the AEC-Q100 TPS659119-Q1 has customizable power-up and power-down sequencing based on the customer’s processor of choice and system power needs. Key features and benefits of the TPS659119-Q1 include dynamic voltage scaling for processor core flexibility; support for high current rail; highly efficient, flexible output; and maximum design flexibility with its high integration.

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