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Tiny device combines Real Time Clock, battery and PMIC in single chip

Tiny device combines Real Time Clock, battery and PMIC in single chip

Cymbet Corp. has developed an all-solid-state device that combines a Real Time Clock chip, EnerChip solid state rechargeable battery, and power management integrated circuit (PMIC) in a tiny 5x5-mm plastic package.

The EnerChip RTC CBC34123 combines a bare die NXP PCF2123 SPI bus ultra-low power RTC with a Cymbet EnerChip bare die 5 uAh rechargeable solid state battery and bare die Cymbet CBC910 PMIC in a 5 x 5 x 1.4 mm 16-pin QFN plastic package that provides 30 hours of power backup. The second device is the CBC34523, which combines the NXP PCF8523 I2C bus RTC with an EnerChip and PMIC.

For more information, contact Cymbet Corp., 18326 Joplin St. NW, Elk River, MN 55330. Phone: (763) 633-1780.

 

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