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Power Management ICs (PMICs)

Flexible, scalable, highly integrated power management IC (PMIC) solutions

Dialog offers a comprehensive range of Power Management ICs (PMICs) to meet the cost, flexibility, efficiency and small form factor needs of today’s smartphones, IoT devices, consumer/industrial electronic products, and automotive electronics systems.

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Dialog offers an innovative portfolio of flexible, scalable and highly integrated System PMICs and Subsystem PMICs, along with easy-to-use design tools and extensive reference designs.

  • Flexible, fully configurable power sequencing to meet your exact voltage and current needs
  • Scalable solution approach can be used across multiple platforms
  • Highly integrated for lower BOM and reduced board assembly costs
  • Simple, digital programming using Dialog’s SmartCanvas™ GUI for fast, easy design reuse
  • Nanopower PMICs for longer battery life in wearables and smart home applications
  • 4-Phase Buck with Remote Sense and Phase Shedding
  • 2-Phase Dual Buck with Remote Sense and Phase Shedding
PMICs Product Portfolio
Product Description Application
DA6021 SOC for Intel Atom processor
Tablets  | Automotive Infotainment | Telematic Devices | Personal Navigation Devices | Netbooks
DA6102 Highly integrated, compact PMIC
DSLR cameras | MILC cameras | Handheld point-of-sale terminals | 2-cell battery applications
PMIC for Applications Requiring up to 6A

Also available for Automotive as DA9061-A

Embedded Computing | Industrial sensors | Medical devices | Portable industrial devices| Security devices | Smart Appliances | Switches/Routers | Wireless access points
PMIC for Applications Requiring up to 8.5A

Also available for Automotive as DA9062-A

Embedded Computing | Industrial sensors | Medical devices | Portable industrial devices| Security devices | Smart Appliances | Switches/Routers | Wireless access points
High Power System PMIC for Quad-core Applicaton Processors

Also available for Automotive as DA9063-A

Embedded Computing | Industrial sensors | Medical devices | Portable industrial devices| Security devices | Smart Appliances | Switches/Routers | Wireless access points
PMIC for Applications providing up to 12 A Continuous Current

Also available for Automotive as DA9063L-A

Embedded Computing | Industrial sensors | Medical devices | Portable industrial devices| Security devices | Smart Appliances | Switches/Routers | Wireless access points
System PMIC and Audio CODEC for Dual- and Quad-Core Application Processors

Smartphones | Ultrabooks™ | Tablet PCs  | eReaders | TVs | Portable Media Players 

System PMIC for Multi-Core Application Processors
Supply for multi-core application processors | Smartphones | Tablets
DA9070 Highly Integrated PMIC for Wearables and Home Automation
Fitness Trackers | Smartwatches | Wireless Headphones | Portable Medical | Personal Health Monitors | Portable Gaming | Wireless Earbud Cradles | Home Automation
DA9072 Highly Integrated PMIC for Wearables and Home Automation
Fitness Trackers | Smartwatches | Wireless Headphones | Portable Medical | Personal Health Monitors | Portable Gaming | Wireless Earbud Cradles | Home Automation
DA9073 Highly Integrated PMIC for Wearables and Home Automation
Fitness Trackers | Smartwatches | Wireless Headphones | Portable Medical | Personal Health Monitors | Portable Gaming | Wireless Earbud Cradles | Home Automation
DA9080 Highly Integrated PMIC with 4 Bucks, 1 LDO & 8 bit ADC in a QFN package
Single board computer | Lower Power Processor | Test Equipment | POS terminals
DA9121 Configurable, 10A Dual-Phase SubPMIC for high performance mobile processors and memory
Smartphones | Tablets | Notebook PCs | RF Modules | Solid State Drives | Hard Disk Drives | Game Consoles | Handheld Devices
DA9122 Configurable, Dual Output 5A + 5A SubPMIC for high performance mobile processors and memory
Smartphones | Tablets | Notebook PCs | RF Modules | Solid State Drives | Hard Disk Drives | Game Consoles | Handheld Devices
DA9130 High-Performance 10 A Dual-Phase DC-DC Converter (Buck)

Also available for Automotive as DA9130-A

Embedded Computing | Industrial sensors | Medical devices | Mobile phone terminal | Portable industrial devices| Security devices | Smart Appliances | Switches/Routers | Tablet PCs | Wireless access points
DA9131 High-Performance Dual-Channel DC-DC Converter 5 A per Channel (Buck)

Also available for Automotive as DA9131-A

Embedded Computing | Industrial sensors | Medical devices | Mobile phone terminal | Portable industrial devices| Security devices | Smart Appliances | Switches/Routers | Tablet PCs | Wireless access points
DA9132 High-Performance Dual-Channel DC-DC Converter 3 A per Channel (Buck)

Also available for Automotive as DA9132-A

Embedded Computing | Industrial sensors | Medical devices | Mobile phone terminal | Portable industrial devices| Security devices | Smart Appliances | Switches/Routers | Tablet PCs | Wireless access points
DA9141 High efficiency, high current, quad-phase, step down DC-DC converter (Buck) PMIC

Also available for Automotive as DA9141-A

Switches and routers | Smart metering | Industrial automation | Wireless infrastructure | AI computing |  SoC/FPGA high performance processing system requiring efficient, high current, power delivery
DA9142 High efficiency, high current, dual-phase, step down DC-DC converter (Buck) PMIC

Also available for Automotive as DA9142-A

Switches and routers | Smart metering | Industrial automation | Wireless infrastructure | AI computing | SoC/FPGA high performance processing system requiring efficient, high current, power delivery
DA9211 Multiphase 12 A Output Current
Smartphones |  TV Dongle | Tablet PCs | eReaders | Automotive Infotainment | Portable Navigation Devices | TVs | Portable Media Players
DA9212 Multiphase 2x 6 A Output Current
Smartphones |  TV Dongle | Tablet PCs | eReaders | Automotive Infotainment | Portable Navigation Devices | TVs | Portable Media Players
DA9213 Multiphase 20 A Output Current

Also available for Automotive as DA9213-A

Embedded Computing | Industrial sensors | Medical devices | Mobile phone terminal | Portable industrial devices| Security devices | Smart Appliances | Switches/Routers | Tablet PCs | Wireless access points
DA9214 Multiphase 2x 10 A Output Current

Also available for Automotive as DA9214-A

Embedded Computing | Industrial sensors | Medical devices | Mobile phone terminal | Portable industrial devices| Security devices | Smart Appliances | Switches/Routers | Tablet PCs | Wireless access points
DA9215 Multiphase 15 A and 5 A Output Current

Also available for  Automotive as DA9215-A

Embedded Computing | Industrial sensors | Medical devices | Mobile phone terminal | Portable industrial devices| Security devices | Smart Appliances | Switches/Routers | Tablet PCs | Wireless access points
DA9217 Configurable, 6A Dual-Phase SubPMIC for high performance mobile processors and memory
Smartphones | Tablets | Notebook PCs | RF Modules | Solid State Drives | Hard Disk Drives | Game Consoles | Handheld Devices
DA9220 Configurable, Dual Output 3A + 3A SubPMIC for high performance mobile processors and memory
Smartphones | Tablets | Notebook PCs | RF Modules | Solid State Drives | Hard Disk Drives | Game Consoles | Handheld Devices
DA9223-A Multiphase 16 A Output Current

4-Phase Buck with Remote Sense and Phase Shedding

Embedded Computing | Industrial sensors | Medical devices | Mobile phone terminal | Portable industrial devices| Security devices | Smart Appliances | Switches/Routers | Tablet PCs | Wireless access points
DA9224-A Multiphase 2 x 8 A Output Current

2-Phase Dual Buck with Remote Sense and Phase Shedding

Embedded Computing | Industrial sensors | Medical devices | Mobile phone terminal | Portable industrial devices| Security devices | Smart Appliances | Switches/Routers | Tablet PCs | Wireless access points
DA9230
Nanopower buck regulator for low power connected devices
Wearables – wrist wear, hearables, pet wearables | Smart devices - thermostats and door locks | Smoke detectors | Portable medical devices | Remote sensors | High efficiency, low power applications 
Nanopower PMIC for low power connected devices
Wearables – wrist wear, hearables, pet wearables | Smart devices - thermostats and door locks | Smoke detectors | Portable medical devices | Remote sensors | High efficiency, low power applications 
DA9232 Configurable, high efficiency buck regulator for GPS sub-systems in wearable devices requiring ultra-low voltage ripple
Fitness Trackers | Smartwatches | Wireless Headphones | Portable Medical | Personal Health Monitors | Portable Gaming | Wireless Earbud Cradles | Home Automation
DA9233 Configurable, high efficiency PMIC for GPS sub-systems in wearable devices requiring ultra-low voltage ripple
Fitness Trackers | Smartwatches | Wireless Headphones | Portable Medical | Personal Health Monitors | Portable Gaming | Wireless Earbud Cradles | Home Automation
PV88080 High efficiency advanced feature 4-channel PMIC
Supply for digital TV processor | Power supply for digital set top box | Networking home terminal
PV88090 High Efficiency 3-Channel Buck Converter with dual LDO

 

Supply for Digital TV Processor | Power Supply for Set Top Box (STB) | Home Networking Products

 

SLG51000 Low noise, high PSRR PMIC
Advanced Sensor Systems | High End Camera Module | Smartphones | Digital Cameras | Security Cameras | Smart Imaging Devices

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Product ID Description Vin Min (V) Vin Max (V) VBUS Max (V) Iout Max (A) (major rails) Package # Total step-down DC/DC converter channels # integrated step-down DC/DC converter channels # step-down DC/DC CONTROLLER channels # buck-boost DC/DC converter channels # step-up DC/DC converter #LDOs # Integrated Load Switch channels (ext. Power Switch Control) Multi-Phase support USB-Power Management Integrated battery charger Automotive rating Low-Noise/High PSRR optimized channels General Purpose I/Os Battery Interface Add. Features Matching processor platform Category Documents
                                                 
DA6021 Highly integrated Power Management IC for New Generation Intel Atom Processor 2.7 4.5 5.5 24.9 FCBGA 325 11 x 6 ㎟ 6 6 - 2 1 6 11 (9) - yes - - - 16 yes multi-channel ADC PWM output 5 temerature sens inputs Intel Atom Z3000 PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA6102 6 Channel High Efficiency PMIC For 2-Cell Systems 4.5 11.5 - 6.8 WLCSP 56 2.98 x 3.38 ㎟ 3 2 1 1 - 2 2 - - - - - - - - - PMICs Documentation
DA9024 Quad 1.2A Buck System PMIC with Audio Subsystem - 4.4 - 4.8 WLCSP 108 3.6 x 4.8 ㎟ 4 4 - - - 20 - - - - - 1 LDO - - Class G headphone driver Class D speaker driver Back up battery charger RTC Ingenic JZ4775 PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9053 System Core PMIC with High Efficiency USB Power Manager and integrated charger - 5.5 12 4 VFBGA 169 7 x 7 ㎟ VFBGA 169 11 x 11 ㎟ 4 4 - - 1 10 - - yes 1.8A DA9053-A 6 LDOs 16 yes, integrated charger ADC with touch screen IF Boost with LED drivers Charger Backup battery charger RTC NXP i.MX 53 NXP i.MX 6 NXP i.MX 6 Solo NXP i.MX 6 SoloLite NXP i.MX 6 DualLite PMICs SoC PMICs Charger PMICs Documentation
DA9053-A System Core PMIC with High Efficiency USB Power Manager and integrated charger - 5.5 12 4 VFBGA 169 7 x 7 ㎟ VFBGA 169 11 x 11 ㎟ 4 4 - - 1 10 - - yes 1.8A yes 6 LDOs 16 yes, integrated charger ADC with touch screen IF Boost with LED drivers Charger Backup battery charger RTC NXP i.MX 53 NXP i.MX 6 NXP i.MX 6 Solo NXP i.MX 6 SoloLite NXP i.MX 6 DualLite PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9061 System PMIC for Single or Dual-Core Application Processors 2.7 5.5 - 6 QFN 6 x 6 ㎟ 3 3 - - - 4 - - - - DA9061-A 3 LDOs 5 - - NXP i.MX 6 NXP i.MX 6 Solo NXP i.MX 6 SoloLite NXP i.MX 6UL NXP i.MX 6ULL Xilinx Zync UltraScale+ Qualcomm (CSR) Atlas PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9061-A System PMIC for Single or Dual-Core Application Processors 2.7 5.5 - 6 QFN 6 x 6 ㎟ 3 3 - - - 4 - - - - yes 3 LDOs 5 - - NXP i.MX 6 NXP i.MX 6 Solo NXP i.MX 6 SoloLite NXP i.MX 6UL NXP i.MX 6ULL Xilinx Zync UltraScale+ Qualcomm (CSR) Atlas PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9062 System PMIC for Single or Dual-Core Application Processors 2.8 5.5 - 8.5 QFN 6 x 6 ㎟ 4 4 - - - 4 - yes - - DA9062-A 3 LDOs 5 - Backup battery charger RTC Xilinx Zync UltraScale+ Xilinx Artix-7 and Zynq 7000 Family Xilinx Spartan -7 Family Qualcomm (CSR) Atlas PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9062-A System PMIC for Single or Dual-Core Application Processors 2.8 5.5 - 8.5 QFN 6 x 6 ㎟ 4 4 - - - 4 - yes - - yes 3 LDOs 5 - Backup battery charger RTC Xilinx Zync UltraScale+ Xilinx Artix-7 and Zynq 7000 Family Xilinx Spartan -7 Family Qualcomm (CSR) Atlas PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9063 System PMIC for Multi-Core Application Processors 2.8 5.5 - 12 VFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ TFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ 6 6 - - - 11 - yes - - DA9063-A 3 LDOs 16 - ADC Backup battery charger RGB-LED driver RTC NXP i.MX 6 NXP i.MX 6 Dual NXP i.MX 6 Quad NXP i.MX 6 Quad+ NXP i.MX 8M Mini Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 (Auto Only) PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9063-A System PMIC for Multi-Core Application Processors 2.8 5.5 - 12 VFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ TFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ 6 6 - - - 11 - yes - - yes 3 LDOs 16 - ADC Backup battery charger RGB-LED driver RTC NXP i.MX 6 NXP i.MX 6 Dual NXP i.MX 6 Quad NXP i.MX 6 Quad+ NXP i.MX 8M Mini Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 (Auto Only) PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9063L System PMIC for Multi-Core Application Processors 2.8 5.5 - 12 VFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ TFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ 6 - - - - 5 - yes - - DA9063L-A 1 LDOs 16 - ADC RGB-LED driver Watchdog timer NXP i.MX 6 Dual NXP i.MX 6 Quad Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA and Zynq-7000 SoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 Telechips Dolphin+ (TCC8030) (Auto only) PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9063L-A System PMIC for Multi-Core Application Processors 2.8 5.5 - 12 VFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ TFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ 6 - - - - 5 - yes - - yes 1 LDOs 16 - ADC RGB-LED driver Watchdog timer NXP i.MX 6 Dual NXP i.MX 6 Quad Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA and Zynq-7000 SoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 Telechips Dolphin+ (TCC8030) (Auto only) PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9066 System PMIC and Audio CODEC for Multi-Core Application Processors 2.5 4.4 - 7.2 WLCSP 168 5.8 x 4.8 ㎟ 6 - - - - 20 - yes - - - 1 LDO - - 24-bit Audio CODEC 4 analog inputs 2 Class G headphone driver 2 Class D speaker driver ADC Backup battery charger RTC - PMICs Documentation
DA9068 System PMIC for Multi-Core Application Processors 2.5 5.0 - 8.1 WLCSP 154 4 x 6 ㎟ 8 - - - - 25 - yes - - - 3 LDOs 4 - ADC Backup battery charger RTC - PMICs Documentation
DA9070 Highly Integrated Low-Power PMIC with SW Fuel-Gauge support 2.5 5.5 22 0.3 WLCSP 42 3 x 2.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - 1 3 - - yes 0.5A - - - yes, integrated charger Software Fuel-Gauge support - PMICs Charger PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9072 Highly Integrated Low-Power PMIC 2.5 5.5 22 0.3 WLCSP 42 3 x 2.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - 1 3 - - yes 0.5A - - - yes, integrated charger Software Fuel-Gauge support - PMICs Charger PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9073 Highly Integrated Low-Power PMIC 2.5 5.5 22 0.3 WLCSP 42 3 x 2.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - 1 3 - - yes 0.5A - - - yes, integrated charger - - PMICs Charger PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9121 Single channel 10A Dual-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 10 WLCSP 24 2.5 x 1.7 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - 5 - Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Documentation
DA9122 Dual channel 2x 5A PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 10 WLCSP 24 2.5 x 1.7 ㎟ 2 1 - - - - - - - - - - 5 - Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Documentation
DA9130 Single channel 10A Dual-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 10 FC-QFN 3.3 x 4.8 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - DA9130-A - 5 - Dynamic voltage control Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Documentation
DA9131 Dual channel 2 x 5A Single-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 10 FC-QFN 3.3 x 4.8 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - - - - DA9131-A - 5 - Dynamic voltage control Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Documentation
DA9132 Dual channel 2 x 3A Single-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 6 FC-QFN 3.3 x 4.8 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - - - - DA9132-A - 5 - Dynamic voltage control Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Documentation
DA9130-A Single channel 10A Dual-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 10 FC-QFN 3.3 x 4.8 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - 5 - Dynamic voltage control Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9131-A Dual channel 2 x 5A Single-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 10 FC-QFN 3.3 x 4.8 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - 5 - Dynamic voltage control Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9132-A Dual channel 2 x 3A Single-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 6 FC-QFN 3.3 x 4.8 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - 5 - Dynamic voltage control Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9168 1-Cell, 2.0 A Battery Charger PMIC with 20 mA Termination, Ultra-Low IQ Reverse Boost, and I2C 4V 10.5V 10.5 V 2.5 A - - 1 - - - 2 - - yes 2A - - - - - - PMICs Charger PMICs Documentation
DA9210 Single channel 12A Quad-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 12 WLCSP 48 2.3 x 3.5 ㎟ VFBGA 42 4.8 x 5.6 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - - - Expandable with 2nd DA9210 Renesas R-Car M2 Renesas R-Car H2 Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC (ZU3CG, ZU9EG, ZU19EG) PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9211 Single channel 12A Quad-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 12 WLCSP 42 2.5 x 2.85 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - - - - - PMICs Documentation
DA9212 Dual channel 2x 6A Dual-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 12 WLCSP 42 2.5 x 2.85 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - fixed - - - - - - - - PMICs Documentation
DA9213 Single channel 20A Quad-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 20 WLCSP 66 2.5 x 4.5 ㎟ VFBGA 3.55 x 5.75 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - DA9213-A - 3 - - Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 (Auto Only) PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9213-A Single channel 20A Quad-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 20 WLCSP 66 2.5 x 4.5 ㎟ VFBGA 3.55 x 5.75 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - yes - 3 - - Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 (Auto Only) PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9214 Dual channel 2 x 10A Dual-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 20 WLCSP 66 2.5 x 4.5 ㎟ VFBGA 3.55 x 5.75 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - fixed - - DA9214-A - 3 - - Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 (Auto Only) PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9214-A Dual channel 2 x 10A Dual-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 20 WLCSP 66 2.5 x 4.5 ㎟ VFBGA 3.55 x 5.75 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - fixed - - yes - 3 - - Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 (Auto Only) PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9215 Multi channel 1x 15A, 1x 5A PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 20 WLCSP 66 2.5 x 4.5 ㎟ VFBGA 3.55 x 5.75 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - fixed - - DA9215-A - 3 - - Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9215-A Multi channel 1x 15A, 1x 5A PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 20 WLCSP 66 2.5 x 4.5 ㎟ VFBGA 3.55 x 5.75 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - fixed - - yes - 3 - - Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9217 Single channel 6A Dual-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 6 WLCSP 24 1.7 x 2.4 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - 4 - - Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9220 Dual channel 2x 3A Single-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 6 WLCSP 24 1.7 x 2.4 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - 4 - - - PMICs Documentation
DA9223-A Single channel 16A Quad-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 16 TFBGA 66 5 x 9 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - yes - 3 - - Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 PMICs SoC PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9224-A Dual channel 2x 8A Dual-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 16 TFBGA 66 5 x 9 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - fixed - - yes - 3 - - Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 PMICs SoC PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9230 Low-power portable PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 0.3 WLCSP 12 1.25 x 1.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9231 Low-power portable PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 0.3 WLCSP 12 1.25 x 1.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - - 1 - - - - - - 1 - - - PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9232 Low-power, ultra-low riple PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 0.06 WLCSP 12 1.25 x 1.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - - - - - 1 DC/DC buck 1 - - - PMICs Low Noise PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9233 Low-power, ultra-low riple PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 0.06 WLCSP 12 1.25 x 1.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - - 1 - - - - - 1 DC/DC buck 1 LDO 1 - - - PMICs Low Noise PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9313 High-efficiency capacitive DC-DC buck converter 5 10.5 20 10 WLCSP 43 2.8 x 3.5 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - 2 - Capacitive down-converter - PMICs Switched Capacitor Converter Documentation
PV88080 High-voltage buck converter PMIC 4.75 5.25/26 - 20 QFN 32 5 x 7 ㎟ 4 3 1 - - - - - - - - - 2 - - - PMICs Documentation
PV88090 High-voltage buck converter PMIC 4.75 5.25 - 13.9 QFN 30 4.5 x 7 ㎟ 3 3 - - - 2 - - - - - - - - - - PMICs Documentation
SLG51000 Low noise, high PSRR PMIC 1.7 5.0 - 0.8 WLCSP 20 1.68 x 2.1 ㎟ - - - - - 7 - - - - - 7 LDOs 6 - - - PMICs Low Noise PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
SLG51001 Low noise, high PSRR PMIC 1.7 5.0 - 0.8 WLCSP 16 1.68 x 1.68 ㎟ - - - - - 6 - - - - - 6 LDOs 6 - - - PMICs Low Noise PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9141 Single channel 25A Dual-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 25 FC-BGA 4.5 mm x 7 mm 1 - - - - - - fixed - - - - 5 - - - PMICs -
DA9142 Single channel 13A Dual-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 13 FC-BGA 4.5 mm x 7 mm 1 - - - - - - fixed - - - - 5 - - - PMICs -
DA9141-A Single channel 25A Dual-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 25 FC-BGA 4.5 mm x 7 mm 1 - - - - - - fixed - - yes - 5 - - - PMICsAutomotive PMICs -
DA9142-A Single channel 13A Dual-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 13 FC-BGA 4.5 mm x 7 mm 1 - - - - - - fixed - - yes - 5 - - - PMICsAutomotive PMICs -
DA9080 High Current, Highly Configurable System PMIC with Four Bucks and One LDO 4 5.5 3.3 5 QFN 32 5 x 5 ㎟ 4 - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - 8-bit SAR ADCOCPOVPUVPThermal shutdown protection - PMICs Documentation

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Application notes
Name Date Version
AN-PV-005 Voltage Rail Sequencing (873.02 KB) 23/07/2017 1.0
AN-PV-006 Dynamic Voltage Control (696.26 KB) 17/08/2017 1.0
DA9061/NXP i.MX 6Solo Power Connections AN-PM-081 (446.97 KB) 22/04/2016 2.0
DA9063 power management for iMX 6 platforms AN-PM-027 (1.77 MB) 12/03/2018 3.0
DA9063 Power Management for R-Car H3 Platform AN-PM-085 (808.94 KB) 18/04/2017 1.0
DA9063-A Power Management for Renesas R-Car M3 Platform AN-PM-097 (1 MB) 15/02/2018 3.0
Dialog PMICs and Terrestrial Cosmic Rays AN-PM-117 (235.52 KB) 27/06/2018 1.0
PCB Layout Guidelines for Dialog PMICs AN-PM-010 (2.65 MB) 11/03/2016 1.31
Powering Xilinx Zynq Processors with DA9061/2/3 AN-PM-087 (824.41 KB) 16/11/2016 1.0
Renesas R-Car E2 platform AN-PM-047 (1.19 MB) 14/10/2015 2.0
Renesas R-Car H2 platform AN-PM-050 (630.48 KB) 15/09/2015 1.0
Renesas R-Car M2 platform AN-PM-049 (593.91 KB) 18/09/2015 3.0
Shared IRQ Line Considerations AN-PM-059 (329.06 KB) 24/06/2016 1.2
Brochures
Name Date Version
Automotive Brochure (6.56 MB) 01/01/2020 1.0
Computing and storage solutions (9.78 MB) 01/01/2020 1.0
IoT Solutions Guide (48.38 MB) 01/01/2020 1.0
Smartphone Solutions Guide (10.65 MB) 01/01/2020 1.0

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Dialog offers a wide range of highly integrated PMICs designed to support various advanced application processors and SoCs providing all power management for embedded, industrial, consumer, and automotive infotainment devices. The highly integrated PMIC solutions offer a wide selection of supply domains and include additional features like RTC, ADC, GPIO, power sequencing control.

SoC Power Solutions

Partner Company Processor Family SoC Power Solutions
Renesas® R-Car E2, M2, H2 DA9062 / DA9062-A, DA9063 / DA9063-A, **DA9210 / **DA9210-A
R-Car E2, M2, H2 DA9062 / DA9062-A, DA9063 / DA9063-A, **DA9210 / **DA9210-A
R-Car H3, M3, E3, V3 DA9062 / DA9062-A, DA9063 / DA9063-A, **DA9210 / **DA9210-A, DA9213 / DA9213-A, DA9214 / DA9214-A, DA9223-A, DA9224-A
Xilinx® Xilinx® Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC (ZU3EG, ZU7EV, ZU9CG)
Xilinx® Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC (ZU3CG, ZU9EG, ZU19EG)
Xilinx® Artix-7 FPGA and Zynq-7000 SoC
Xilinx® Spartan-7 FPGA Family
Xilinx® UltraScale+ MPSoC Customized Solution
DA9061 / DA9061-A, DA9062 / DA9062-A, DA9063 / DA9063-A, **DA9210 / **DA9210-A, DA9211DA9213 / DA9213-A, DA9214 / DA9214-A, DA9215 / DA9215-A
NXP® i.MX 6 DA9053 / DA9053-A, DA9061 / DA9061-A, DA9063 / DA9063-A
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1 year ago

DA9063 goes to NO POWER Mode when whatchdog times out

Posted by borgebjo 0 points 15 replies
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I have a Digi ConnectCore6 SBC, which uses the DA9063 PMIC. I have successfully set up Linux kernel and watchdog daemon to use the DA9063 watchdog. However, the DA9063 powers off instead of resetting the DA9063.

I have followed the advice  

https://support.dialog-semiconductor.com/forums/post/pmic-audio-and-hap…

but no change. One time I observed that the DA9063 watchdog did reset as expected, but during next boot the PMIC powered down.

Any advice?

The registers values after a power cycle are attached, which probably are the registers loaded from OTP (assuming u-boot doesn't change any of them).

I experience the same behaviour when enabling the watchdog from by setting register 0x11 to 0x02.

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1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hello,

Could you post the full .ini file you are using?

I take it, you are triggering the watchdog via I2C and not hardware?

You will need to put it in a folder and zip it.

Kind regards,
Elliott

1 year ago

borgebjo 0 points

Hi Elliot,

I am a consumer and have a off-the-shelf SBC from Digi, https://www.digi.com/products/embedded-systems/single-board-computers/connectcore-6-sbc

The linux da9063-watchdog driver is triggering the watchdog via i2c, and I observed that the PMIC powered down. So to debug, I enabled the watchdog by setting TWDSCALE directly in uboot, by writing 0x2 to 0x11 register (CONTROL_D). After 4 seconds the watchdog timeouts and should assert TWD_ERROR. Now I expected that the PMIC would power down to RESET mode and power up again, but I observe that the PMIC powers down. I assume that there are one or more register settings that aren't configured correctly.

I think WATCHDOG_PD should be 0. I tried to increase the RESET_DURATION to 500ms to ensure that all regulators are discharged before powering up again, but no change. 

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hello,

Could you perform a full register dump?

I take it the PMIC power downs and remains powerdown?

Could you measure VDDCORE?

kind regards,
Elliott

 

1 year ago

borgebjo 0 points

> Could you perform a full register dump?

Register dump attached to the original post

> I take it the PMIC power downs and remains powerdown?

Yes

> Could you measure VDDCORE?

I'll do it as soon as possible. Can you review the registers while I do the measurement? It may be difficult, since the PMIC is mounted on a SOM covered by a perforated metal box. I can measure the voltage from the DC-DC step-down converter which I believe is VDDCORE.

 

 

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hello,

I will review the registers, but i am not sure that it is a full register dump.

I will need to search from the OTP. Potentially, Autoboot is not set, so the PMIC is waiting for a wake-up event. 

On the VDDCORE, this voltage will tell us what state the PMIC is in: RESET, ACTIVE, RTC...etc.  it is not connect to the bucks, this is the referance for the internal core voltage.

1 year ago

borgebjo 0 points

> I will review the registers, but i am not sure that it is a full register dump.

I can only get the registers that u-boot can read. I got all registers documented in the datasheet exept for 0x1A8 (PMIC_STATUS).

> I will need to search from the OTP. Potentially, Autoboot is not set, so the PMIC is waiting for a wake-up event.

> On the VDDCORE, this voltage will tell us what state the PMIC is in: RESET, ACTIVE, RTC...etc.  it is not connect to the bucks, this is the referance for the internal core voltage.

You are right. The equipment I have available right now isn't sensitive enough to measure the current drawn in the POWER-DOWN, RESET, or RTC modes. I think the PMIC powers down to RESET and up to POWER-DOWN and then waits for a wakeup event. It should continue powering up if AUTO_BOOT is asserted.

I found that asserting AUTO_BOOT or asserting TICK_ON (RTC will periodically generate a RTC Tick wakeup event) the PMIC is powered up to ACTIVE mode if watchdog times out or the SHUTDOWN register is asserted within the first ~15 seconds after resetting the PMIC. If watchdog times out after ~15 seconds, the PMIC doesn't enter ACTIVE mode. I assume it stays in POWER-DOWN mode waiting for a wakeup event.

Further investigation gave interesting results. If AUTO_BOOT or TICK_ON is asserted and the EVENT_A registers are cleared by writing back the read value. Then by asserting SHUTDOWN register within ~15 seconds the PMIC always powers up from RESET mode to ACTIVE mode. Asserting SHUTDOWN later than ~15 seconds, it does not. Same behavior for the watchdog.

Am I missing a register setting, or is this a bug?
 

 

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hello,

So to see if which state the device is in, we do not need to meaure the current, just the volatge. VDDCORE: 0V:RTC Mode or power supply issue, 2.2V: RESET, 2.5V:Active or higher state, 2.5V+ damage core.

I think this is down to the configuration of the OTP. If you can see the device, please read me the markings.

Kind regards.

Elliott

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1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hello,

I so believe i have the OTP you are using, and it looks like Autoboot is not set. So when the watchdog times out the device will not start back-up without a wake-up. 

I didnt quite understand what you meant by the asserting nSHUTDOWN after 15 seconds. So if you make the chages via I2C, then hit nSHUTDOWN inside of 15 seconds its starts back up and after 15 seconds is waits for a wake-up?

Kind regards,

Elliott 

1 year ago

borgebjo 0 points

Sorry for being unclear. In u-boot I asserted the SHUTDOWN register (0x13 bit 1) to power down the PMIC to reset, since the watchdog also power down the PMIC to reset. When PMIC reaches RESET mode, it reads the OTP registers and enters POWER-DOWN mode. Since AUTO_BOOT is not set, as you say, the PMIC need a wake-up event to continue powering up. By enabling RTC tick, the PMIC powers up to ACTIVE DOMAIN after setting the SHUTDOWN register. The PMIC does not power up if SHUTDOWN is set later than 16 seconds since last time the the EVENT_A registers was cleared if RTC tick interval is 1 second. 

By enabling the RTC tick, the watchdog works. But sometimes the system doesn't boot. The GPIO7 is used to control a LED, which is lit when power is OK according to Digi documentation. The LED is not lit, and I have measured some voltages when in this state. The PMIC V_SYS supply voltage is 5V, and VDDCORE is 2.5V. It is not possible to wake up the system by giving the PMIC a ONKEY wakeup event.

The markings on the PMIC is:

DA9063, 56, 1817ECAA

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hello,

I have managed to replicate what you see.

I start up the device, i can then cause a shutdown event via the nSHUTDOWN register, the device goes through a reset and into POWERDOWN and waits for a wake-up event. I then have TICK_WAKE set to 1 and TICK_TYPE set to 1, this should cause a wake-up event on a minute tick(on the minute not on the second in which the TICK_ON is asserted), i then set TICK_ON. When the minute expires, the device boots.

The device now has the TICK bit set in the events page. So, when you trigger a shutdown, the device goes through the reset and reaches powerdown, however the wake-up TICK has already been set, so the device boots again as this is its wake-up event.

However, if you clear the IRQs before causing the next shutdown the device will wait in powerdown for next TICK event before booting back up. Due to TICK_WAKE being set for a minute, you have to wait for 1 minute to expire, however this function works on the minute currently in the RTC. So when the device reaches powerdown, the RTC could be on 30s, when the device reaches the minute from this point it will start back up. So you have a wait time of between 1- 59 seconds.

 

Kind regards,
Elliott

1 year ago

borgebjo 0 points

This is correct. This is a workaround for enabling the watchdog functionality for a PMIC where AUTO_BOOT is not set in OTP, since OTP registers are read when going from RESET mode to POWER-DOWN. TICK_WAKE and TICK_TYPE are not read from OTP. Unfortunately, this doesn't always work. At least, not for my SBC when the watchdog times out. Not clear for me whether it is an issue with DA9063 or the SBC.

Note that, if you set TICK_WAKE to 0 (tick every second) and wait more than 16 seconds before setting SHUTDOWN register, the PMIC doesn't react to the RTC wake-up event. This must be a DA9063 issue.

 

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hello, 

Ok, i was testing the set-up in 1 minute mode. I have retested in 1s and i can replicate what you are seeing, clearing the IRQ triggers the start-up after it gets stuck in PD.

I need to investigate this further.

Kind regards,

Elliott

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hello,

Sorry for the delay. So we do not think this is an issue with the PMIC. The device not autobooting after 16s is the correct operation of the device, the 16s is related to the VDD_START protection. The reason why the device would appear to autoboot initnally is that the device has not had time to complete it certain opertions before the shutdown has been toggled.

I need to dig into slighly more to see if what other information i can share. 

Kind regards,

Elliott

1 year ago

borgebjo 0 points

Thanks for the help! 

Conclusion is that it is not possible to use the DA9032 watchdog if AUTOBOOT is not set in OTP. 

It is, however, possible to enable the watchdog. When the watchdog timer elapses, the DA9063 powers down to RESET mode and then powering up to POWER-DOWN mode, where it, since AUTOBOOT is not set, waits forever for a wake-up event.

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hello,

I will need to look deeper to see if there is another method.

It seems in this situation where there is limited/no access to nONKEY and the other wake-up function, then using the watchdog might not be the best approach.

On this OTP GPIO5 and GPIO6 have a wake-up event linked to the GPIO status. 

Kind regards,

Elliott