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Electronics => FPGA => Topic started by: EverydayMuffin on January 20, 2022, 11:21:17 pm

Title: Anyone ever come across AnDAPT PMICs?
Post by: EverydayMuffin on January 20, 2022, 11:21:17 pm
I only heard of them today, they do PMICs for FPGAs:

https://www.andapt.com/pmic-solutions/ (https://www.andapt.com/pmic-solutions/)
Title: Re: Anyone ever come across AnDAPT PMICs?
Post by: jayk on January 21, 2022, 02:57:13 am
Pretty cool on-line config tool for Xilinx and Microchip - has a bunch of devices along with voltages, currents and sequencing and generates a schematic/bom/config file you can download. 

Do these have on-chip EEPROM to store the config or do you have load them at power-on?

I can't tell if they support multiple phases for higher currents (say >= 50A).