I am interested in using the DA9062 PMIC for a Zynq 7010 product. The data sheet has recommendations for capacitors, but I did not see much information about the requirements for them, such as min/max capacitance, package size, quantity, ESR, ESL, etc. The datasheet says "When selecting a capacitor, especially ones with high capacitance and small size, the DC bias characteristic has to be taken into account". I understand what DC bias is, so this suggests it is possible to use alternate components than those recommended. But I would like to understand what the limitations are.
Were the recommended components chosen to illustrate how small the PCB layout can be? Or were they chosen because the small package sizes would have a lower mounted inductance? Were multiple components used in parallel to further reduce the ESR and ESL? Or were multiple smaller values used to provide flexibility in reducing the number of capacitors used in production? Is there a maximum amount of capacitance that can be used?
Xilinx recommends certain values for the Zynq 7010, such as 100uF for bulk capacitance. If possible I would like to use the same capacitors for the PMIC regulators. I have 100uF 1206 capacitors, which I hope will work well because capacitors are very hard to procure these days!