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Powering the Future: Always Aware SIMO PMICs — Maxim Integrated and Mouser Electronics

 

Power management for today’s small form-factor, cost-constrained, power-constrained devices can be a daunting design challenge. Balancing BOM cost, PCB area, and flexibility against other design parameters can be a headache for engineering teams. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Karthi Gopalan, Cary Delano and Gaurav Mital from Maxim Integrated about Maxim’s SIMO PMICs, which can make short work of these tough problems.

Click here for more information about Maxim Integrated MAX77650/MAX77651 Ultra-Low Power PMICs

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