PMIC - Voltage Regulators - DC DC Switching Controllers
PMIC (Power Management IC) voltage regulators are electronic components that regulate and control the voltage supply to various parts of an electrical circuit. DC-DC switching controllers, specifically, are used to convert direct current (DC) power from one voltage level to another, typically in applications where high efficiency and small size are required. These devices use advanced switching techniques to achieve efficient energy transfer and often include features such as adjustable output voltage, overcurrent protection, and thermal monitoring. They are commonly found in modern electronics, including smartphones, laptops, and automotive systems.