Three ICs from Maxim Integrated allow designers to achieve double the battery life, while offering protection and what is claimed to be the highest accuracy for IoT, industrial and healthcare applications.
Optiga Trust extends to Qi wireless charging
For secure inductive charging, Infineon Technologies has added the Optiga Trust Charge to its Optiga Trust family. According to the company, it is the industry’s first embedded security solution that is usable for the Qi 1.3 wireless charging standard. It addresses chargers for small personal electronic devices like smartphones, ear buds, tablets, wearables or health tech devices with a charging power of up to 15W.
Wireless power receiver from Renesas has WattShare TRx mode
Renesas Electronics has added the P9415-R wireless power receiver to its portfolio. The 15W receiver uses WattShare technology and enables smartphones, power banks, and portable industrial and medical equipment, to wirelessly charge other mobile devices and accessories that also have wireless charging capabilities.
LDO regulator has high PSRR for noise-sensitive applications
The AP7353 low dropout (LDO) regulator is designed to meet the need for voltage regulation in noise-sensitive, battery-operated devices such as wearables, portables, and connected sensors. It offers a high power supply rejection ratio (PSRR) in a small package, says Diodes.
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