AnDAPT’s ARD_X_ZUM_C1 is an example of their custom programmable PMICs designed for operating FPGAs. AnDAPT’s WebAmP R.D. tool allows users to create these custom PMICs with ease, and the programmable flexibility allows for rapid design changes to be made with quick evaluation of the effects, accelerating time to market for tweaked designs as time-consuming analogue IP redesigns are no longer required. Rail consolidation and sequencing is also taken care of using AnDAPTs unique melding of analogue and digital technology.
The ARD_X_ZUM_C1 is a power supply designed for Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ (ZU+) MPSoC Performance-optimised FPGAs, serving up to 26 power-supply rails using 2 PMICs. The design is scalable to support the most basic ZU2CG device, with a dual-core ARM Cortex-53 application processor and dual-core ARM Cortex-R5F real-time processor, to ZU19EG products that have graphics processing capabilities, and more FPGAs in the family. The AmP8XEB1 evaluation board showcases the architectural flexibility, high efficiency, and cost effectiveness of the AmP8DB6QF65 PMIC in powering Xilinx’s devices and allows users to make changes to their evolving needs in minutes using AnDAPT’s WebAmP R.D. tool. Test data for all rails are available and meet Xilinx requirements for operating their devices.
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