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High Noise Immunity Power Management ICs to Combat Against Electromagnetic Noise

Have you ever experienced a malfunction due to low noise immunity after developing a new application board? This problem can sometimes happen after passing characteristics tests. Finding the cause of the problem can be very expensive and time consuming. If you are lucky, you could locate and identify the components with the problem and then search for suitable replacement parts. However, it is not always so easy or so simple.

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2 New VFM DC/DC Converters from Ricoh Electronics

Today’s wearable and IoT devices mainly operate in a sleep mode and therefore power consumption is significantly defined by the quiescent current, referring to a circuit’s quiet state, not driving any load. In this mode, the system is idle but ready to wake up at any time to perform a task, transmitting some data and resume to sleep mode again…

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Ricoh launches two Buck DC/DC Converters with integrated battery voltage monitor

Ricoh Electronic Devices Co., Ltd. in Japan has launched two VFM mode Buck DC/DC Converters RP514 and RP515, designed for use in wearable devices and applications for the Internet of Things (IoT) requiring ultra-low current consumption to extend battery life. These products are equipped with a unique integrated battery voltage monitor to make it possible to measure the remaining charge left in the battery…

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Ricoh launches Power Management ICs with built-in Window or Battery Voltage Detector 

Ricoh Electronic Devices Co., Ltd. in Japan has launched the R5116 and R5117, a 500mA voltage regulator with either a window or a battery voltage detector and capable of operating in a wide input voltage range. These products were especially designed to add functional safety to automotive, industrial, and consumer applications, requiring a high level of operational reliability…

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