Dialog moves into automotive power management

August 07, 2019 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Dialog Semi moves into automotive power management with configurable system
Dialog Semiconductor, known for its consumer devices, has now taken a step into the more demanding world of automotive power management. Its first product for this market is a configurable mixed-signal IC (CMIC), the SLG46620-A.

In today’s automotive power management market, manufacturers are required to implement the latest safety, comfort and self-driving features which demand an ever-growing number of Integrated Circuits (ICs). Current solutions aimed at supporting these functions are limited by discrete implementations and standard ICs, requiring a large bill of materials to support. 

The SLG46620-A addresses these challenges by bringing Dialog’s GreenPAK platform to the automotive space, providing lower project costs, an accelerated time to market and unified development flows. This CMIC, along with other members of the GreenPAK family, replaces dozens of components in automotive applications to optimize flexibility, footprint and BOM reduction. 

Each automotive grade GreenPAK base die part can be programmed to implement multiple AEC-Q100 qualified ICs, with functionality including power sequencing, voltage monitoring, system reset, LED control, frequency detection, sensor interfacing and more. Every custom, factory-programmed IC is issued its own unique part number, top marking, automotive grade datasheet and Production Part Approval Process (PPAP). In production, the customer’s individual GreenPAK configuration will be factory programmed and tested to ensure it meets its functional specification to automotive reliability levels.

The CMICs give OEMs the ability to create flexible base platforms that are easily customized at no additional cost to the designer. The scalable nature of Dialog’s automotive GreenPAK portfolio allows customers to choose the CMIC that best fits their needs and budget.

More information: SLG46620-A.

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