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Sep 1, 2017

Digital Optical Tachometer using GreenPAK

This tachometer can be used to measure the RPM (revolutions per minute) of a rotating object. In this application note, GreenPAK SLG46533V is used to design an optical contactless tachometer with the use of an infrared sensor. The measurement range of this tachometer is 1 - 9999 rpm, with an accuracy of 0.01%, this would give an accuracy of less than 1 rpm in all readings. This design can be modified to suit other requirements such as, changing the sensor sensitivity, changing the distance of measurement from the rotating object, etc.

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Aug 21, 2017

Silego hits 3 billion unit CMIC milestone

Silego Technology Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.) has shipped more than 3 billion units of its configurable mixed-signal ICs (CMICs) since their introduction about three years ago.

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Aug 2, 2017

Supercapacitor-Based Backup Solutions: A Design Toolkit

There are several unique challenges when we attempt to use supercapacitors in a backup solution.

The following “toolkit” of design ideas addresses a specific problem and suggests a solution — or the essence of it­ — in the form of a design “fragment”. This fragment in each case consists of a partial hardware schematic and a partial GreenPAK Designer diagram. A product designer can therefore pick the ones that are most relevant in a given context and integrate them into a custom solution. The GreenPAK Designer diagrams presented here are shown using the SLG46537V, Silego’s Configurable Mixed-signal IC (CMIC), but can be usually reconfigured to work on other GreenPAK products as well with only minor modifications, if at all.

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Jul 18, 2017

Silego SLG59H1302C power splitter

The SLG59H1302C's 130 V surge protection rating is 30% stronger than the competition and its 20-nanosecond reaction time to OVP events is at least seven times faster, Silego claims. Its faster OVP response time protects sensitive downstream components from possible damage.

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Jun 30, 2017

Programmable mixed-signal ICs with LDO regulators target wearables

This newest GPAK supports power systems in wearable and handheld market segments. It provides voltage monitoring, power sequencing, reset functions and low drop-out regulators (LDOs) that are configurable in settings and interconnects.

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Jun 26, 2017

Power Splitter Designed for Mid- and High-End Smartphones and Tablet PCs

In combining two high-performance low RDSON nFETs and fast over-voltage protection, Silego expands the state-of-the-art system protection to USB Type C applications.

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Jun 22, 2017

USB-C power splitter/switch is 130-V surge-protected & 28-V tolerant

Mixed-signal IC maker Silego – most often featured here for its configurable analogue/small-logic-function parts – has added a part that steps up levels of robustness for system protection when that systems is equipped with USB type C interfaces. It combines two high-performance, low on-resistance n-channel FETs and fast over-voltage protection to make a very robust single-input, dual-output power splitter.

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Jun 20, 2017

Silego Announces the New SLG59H1302C Power Splitter for USB Type-C

Silego just announced the SLG59H1302C integrated power splitter and switch for USB Type-C. Can this little IC help ease USB-C's growing pains?

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Jun 15, 2017

Build a Flyback-Based Geiger Counter with LabVIEW Interface

Implementing standard UART communication required use of Silego’s GreenPAK analog and digital blocks, with the end result being a Geiger counter that offers real-time radiation measurement.

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Jun 12, 2017

Flexible Power Islands Solve Difficult Power Problems in Mobile Devices

Users want power Islands to be smaller, lighter and cheaper.

Power system design in the age of mobile devices, and especially wearable devices, is more challenging than it has ever been. The end users of these devices want them to continue to get smaller, lighter and cheaper, while at the same time having bigger screens and longer battery life. These opposing goals serve as one of many challenges facing the power system designer who are driving the power system market in new directions, and demanding innovative new solutions. Silego Technology is responding to these challenges by introducing a new concept of Flexible Power Islands, which breaks up the traditional architectural boundaries in mobile device power systems. These new devices are small yet powerful components, each of which gives the designer much greater levels of flexibility than they have ever experienced in the past.

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