ABLIC Inc. Launches the S-85S0P Series of Ultrahigh Efficiency Step-Down Switching Regulator
CHIBA, Japan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 10, 2018--ABLIC Inc. (hereinafter “ABLIC”), a semiconductor manufacturer, today launched the S-85S0P Series of ultrahigh efficiency step-down switching regulator with a supply voltage divided output for IoT and wearable devices.
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The S-85S0P Series features a supply voltage divided output and the industry’s lowest current consumption of 260 nA in a single chip. ABLIC is the sole semiconductor manufacturer offering a lineup of power supply ICs with a supply voltage divided output. *
*Based on our research as of June 2018
Major Features 1. The only chip in the industry with a supply voltage divided output2. Mounted in an ultra compact SNT-8A (2.46 x 1.97 x 0.5 mm) package3. Reduces battery drain for IoT and wearable devices.
Application Examples - Wearable devices - IoT devices - Bluetooth devices - Health care devices - Smart meters - Low-power wireless sensor network devices
Data sheet URL: S-85S0P Series https://www.ablic.com/en/doc/datasheet/switching_regulator/S85S0P_E.pdf
Also part of the lineup are the S-1740 and S-1741 Series that provide supply voltage divided output and ultra-low current consumption LDO regulators in a single chip. https://www.ablic.com/en/doc/datasheet/voltage_regulator/S1740_1741_E.pdf
For more information, visit our Web site: https://www.ablicinc.com/en/
Inheriting the semiconductor business of Seiko Instruments Inc., ABLIC Inc. is an IC manufacturer pursuing the further development of analog semiconductors.
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KEYWORD: ASIA PACIFIC JAPAN
INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY CONSUMER ELECTRONICS HARDWARE SEMICONDUCTOR MANUFACTURING OTHER MANUFACTURING
SOURCE: ABLIC Inc.
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