The PM6773 device is a high performance digital dual controller designed to power Intel’s VR13 processors: all required parameters are programmable through the PMBus™ interface.
The device utilizes digital technology to implement all control and power management functions to provide maximum flexibility and performance. The NVM is embedded to store custom configurations.
The PM6773 device features up to 3 +1 phase programmable operation. The PM6773 device supports power state transitions featuring VFDE, and programmable DPM maintaining the best efficiency over all loading conditions without compromising transient response. The device assures fast and independent protection against load overcurrent, under/overvoltage and feedback disconnections.
The device is available in a VFQFPN40 5 x 5 mm package.
|DB3155: 3+1 dual channel VR13 digital multiphase controller with PMBus™||2.0||196 KB|
|TN1246: Digital multi-phase constant-on-time regulator based on voltage controlled oscillator||1.0||499 KB|
|Brochure Power management guide||10.2018||4 MB|
|Part Number||Package||Packing Type||Marketing Status||Unit Price (US$) *||Quantity||ECCN (US)||Country of Origin||More info||Order from ST||Order from Distributors|
|PM6773TR||VFQFPN 40 5x5x1.0||Tape And Reel||Active : Product is in volume production||3||1000||EAR99||-||MORE INFO||No availability reported, please contact our Sales office|
|PM6773||VFQFPN 40 5x5x1.0||Tray||Preview : Product is in design stage||3||1000||EAR99||-||MORE INFO||No availability reported, please contact our Sales office|
|Part Number||Marketing Status||Package||Grade||RoHS Compliance Grade||Material Declaration**|
|PM6773TR||Active||VFQFPN 40 5x5x1.0||Industrial||Ecopack2|
|PM6773||Preview||VFQFPN 40 5x5x1.0||Industrial||Ecopack2|
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