PMIC wanted for MX6SLL, with charger

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PMIC wanted for MX6SLL, with charger

Hi,

We are designing an i.MX6SLL device with a display an Li-Ion battery. 5k initial production, with the option of using on further designs.

We would like to see if Dialog can supply us with a suitable PMIC, particularly one that integrates charging from USB into the PMIC.

The DA9053 has caught my attention, and I am wondering if it is compatible with the i.MX6SLL with LPDDR2/3.

Could you contact me about this, please?
We have been talking to Avnet, so it is possible you may be getting the same enquiry through them.

Best regards,
Rob

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Hello Rob,

Hello Rob,

Do you have current and voltage requirements?

The iMX6SLL has low current requirements, so the DA9053 or the DA9070/73 with a DA9230/31 could be good fitts for the current requirements and charger.

The problem we have with the DA9053 and the DA9070/73 might require custom OTPs, however we need certain volumes before we can consider custom OTPs.

Our DA9061/62/63 have the ability to be in program in-circuit, however they dont have an integrated charger.

 

Could you send me your power requirments?

kind regards,

Elliott

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Thanks for the response.

Thanks for the response.
Here's the power requirements, which I largely extracted from the MX6SLL datasheet maximums.

We need to support the various power modes on the MX6 to prolong battery life.

In the document I lumped all the 1.2V rails together - NXP actually use multiple switchers to cover everything.

Best regards,
Rob

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Hi Robert,

Hi Robert,

I will reach out directly.

kind regards,

Elliott

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Thanks.

Thanks.
I just realised I miscalculated the VBAT totals intop the PMIC, but the individual power rails should be correct.

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Just to mention that I've

Just to mention that I've emailed Elliott and Sean about moving forward, in case anyone is picking up their emails while they're off.