What made you select Qorvo’s ACT88760 Modular PMIC as a product to feature? How does this product differentiate from others/what value does it offer?
The ACT88760 from Qorvo provides a high level of integration, efficiency, configurability, and low external component count. Its ActiveCiPS™ technology accelerates time to market by allowing customers to generate custom samples on the spot. Additionally, the ACT88760’s configurable options include output voltages as low as 0.5V, power up/down sequencing, startup time, slew rate, system level sequencing, switching frequency, sleep and operating modes, on and off delay times, Buck/LDO soft start, UVLO/OVLO, GPIOs, and more.
What are the key features/specifications of the ACT88760?
Qorvo’s ACT88760 Modular PMIC features:
- 2.6V – 5.8V input, 0.5V – 3.8V programmable output
- 7 High efficiency Buck and 6 LDO regulators
- 8A max output current and low quiescent current
- I2C Interface and 10 GPIOs
- Multi-time programmable outputs and power sequencing
- Single 3.85mm x 3.85mm 81-pin WLCSP package
What are common markets and applications?
Typical applications of the ACT88760 include:
- Solid State Drives
- Computer Vision
- Portable Audio/Video
About Kirk Barton
Kirk Barton is a Technical Marketing Manager for Power Products at RFMW. Leveraging 35 years of industry experience and a degree in Electrical Engineering, Kirk specializes in high power applications using wide bandgap technologies. Kirk enjoys being part of the RF industry’s innovative environment and witnessing the positive impact that technological advances have on integration, efficiency, and end applications.