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Designed for Applications Requiring up to 8.5 A


Flexible, Scalable, Reliable Automotive Grade power management IC (PMIC) solution

The DA9062 is a flexible, scalable system PMIC capable of powering a wide range of multicore SoCs, FPGAs, memory subsystems, and peripherals.  Full power tree management and multiple sleep modes result in a power-efficient system solution suitable for infotainment, telematics, and ADAS applications.  The device includes four LDOs with programmable output voltages providing up to 300 milliamps and four high-current buck converters providing up to two and a half amps per buck.  Any two bucks can be combined in a dual-phase configuration providing up to 5 amps. All bucks use integrated power switches, removing the need for external FETs.  Together with the high device switching frequency that allows the use of low-profile inductors, they enable the lowest cost, smallest form factor system solution possible. This solution is also available in Automotive AEC-Q100 Grade 2. High efficiency is achieved over a wide load range by automatically selecting Pulse Frequency Modulation (PFM) or Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) modes. The input voltage range of 2.8 to 5.5 V makes it suitable for standard 5 V supply or USB power supplies.

Lifecycle status

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Input voltage 2.8 V to 5.5 V

Four buck converters, 0.3 V to 3.34 V up to 2.5 A

  • Dual-phase mode up to 5 A
  • DDR VTT supply mode
  • DVS support

3 MHz switching frequency allows use of low-profile inductors

Four LDO regulators, 0.9 V to 3.6 V up to 300 mA

Five GPIOs

Coin cell/super-capacitor charger

1.5 µA RTC with alarm and wake-up


Enhanced Energy Saving techniques:
  • Dynamic Voltage Scaling (DVS)
  • Programmable power manager

Enhanced Security:

  • System supply monitoring
  • Junction temperature monitoring
  • Watchdog timer

-40 °C to +125 °C junction temperature operation

Automotive Grade 2 version available



Portable industrial and medical devices

TV dongle


Supply for single- and dual-core application processors; for example the i.MXTM families 

Power supply for FPGAs

Automotive infotainment/dashboard

IoT devices

Supported SoC PMIC Platforms

Xilinx MPSoCs & FPGAs

  • 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

NXP® i.MX Processor Family


QFN-40 (6 x 6 mm, 0.5 mm pitch)

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Product Briefs and Summaries
Name Date Version
DA9062 Product Brief (935.3 KB) 22/04/2016 2v2
Name Date Version
DA9062 Datasheet (1.48 MB) 16/08/2021 3.7
Application notes
Name Date Version
Atmel SAMA5D3 Power Management with DA9061/2 AN-PM-067 (396.17 KB) 11/03/2016 1v0
DA9061/2 and NXP i.MX 7Solo Power Connections AN-PM-102 (395.3 KB) 16/02/2018 1v0
DA9061/2 Schematic Checklist AN-PM-103 (250.33 KB) 16/11/2017 1v0
DA9061/2 Unused Pin Configuration AN-PM-105 (277.3 KB) 09/01/2018 1v0
DA9061/NXP i.MX 6Solo Power Connections AN-PM-081 (446.97 KB) 22/04/2016 2.0
DA9061_2 Developers Guide AN-PM-060 (643.87 KB) 30/05/2018 1v3
DA9062 Atlas7 Power Connections AN-PM-083 (365.15 KB) 30/11/2016 1v0
DA9062/3 VBBAT Current in RTC or DELIVERY Modes AN-PM-068 (526.9 KB) 27/11/2017 1v1
DA906x Control Pins AN-PM-063 (448.87 KB) 11/03/2016 1v0
Dialog PMICs and Terrestrial Cosmic Rays AN-PM-117 (235.52 KB) 27/06/2018 1.0
FMEA of Pin-to-Pin Shorts and Opens for DA9061/2 AN-PM-110 (303.79 KB) 16/04/2018 1v0
In-Circuit Programming of DA9061/2/3 AN-PM-080 (1.15 MB) 06/06/2018 2.0
PCB Layout Guidelines for Dialog PMICs AN-PM-010 (2.65 MB) 11/03/2016 1.31
Power Solutions for Xilinx Artix-7 and Zynq-7000 AN-PM-106 (1.54 MB) 09/07/2018 1v0
Power Solutions for Xilinx® Spartan®-7 Devices AN-PM-096 (1.42 MB) 25/06/2018 1v3
Powering Xilinx Zynq Processors with DA9061/2/3 AN-PM-087 (824.41 KB) 16/11/2016 1.0
Shared IRQ Line Considerations AN-PM-059 (329.06 KB) 24/06/2016 1.2
Testing DA906x with a Slowly Ramping Supply AN-PM-056 (238.6 KB) 07/12/2016 1v2
Name Date Version
DA9061/2 Motherboard schematic (1013.06 KB) 19/07/2016 B
DA9061/2 Performance Board schematic (2.37 MB) 15/12/2014 1.0
DA9061/2 Socket Board schematic (2.44 MB) 09/03/2016 A2
Software Resources
Name Date Version
DA9061/2 In-Circuit Programmer Software (58.31 MB) (Registered users only)
DA9062 SmartCanvas GUI (81.99 MB) (Registered users only)
User guides and manuals
Name Date Version
DA9061/2 Evaluation Board Ordering Information (323.1 KB) 13/07/2017 1.1
UM-PM-008 DA9061/2 Smartcanvas Manual (1.66 MB) 19/10/2016 1v4
UM-PM-012 Motherboard DA9061-62 User Manual (1.08 MB) 11/03/2016 2v0
Name Date Version
DA9061/2 eval board default jumper settings (1.24 MB) 11/03/2016 1v0
DA9061/2 eval board jumper settings for no ADC functionality (884.91 KB) 11/03/2016 1v0
DA9061/2 ini files for i.MX 7Solo and WaRP7 (10.48 KB) 30/01/2018 1v0
i.MX 7Solo / DA9062 - WaRP7 Demo Board design files (1.7 MB) 20/02/2018 1v0
i.MX 7Solo / DA9062 design files (1.44 MB) 30/01/2018 1v0
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