Win an Infineon EVAL_PMG1_B1_DRP Board!

The EVAL_PMG1_B1_DRP is an evaluation kit for the EZ-PD™ PMG1-B1 USB Power Delivery (PD) microcontroller (MCU) with an integrated buck-boost battery charger.

  • The EVAL_PMG1_B1_DRP kit can be used to sink up to 100W and source up to 27W on the USB-C Port.
  • The kit can also be used to charge 2S-5S batteries, and the battery charging algorithm is implemented as part of EZ-PD™ PMG1-B1 SDK in ModusToolbox™ software.
  • The kit will be integrated to ModusToolbox™ software that will ease the development & testing of the EZ-PD™ PMG1-B1 application.
  • The Kit has on-board SWD programmer that allows the user to program & debug the EZ-PD™ PMG1-B1 applications easily.

The EVAL_PMG1_B1_DRP is intended for customers who want to sink or source power through the USB-C PD port to or from the battery pack in applications such as the cordless power tool charger, wireless speakers, and portable electronics. The EZ-PD™ PMG1-B1 offers a single chip solution for Battery Charger applications with integrated USB Power Delivery. In addition, the EZ-PD™ PMG1-B1 MCU also includes Arm® Cortex® CPU core and configurable analog and digital peripherals. This enables integration of functionalities such as Battery Cell Monitoring, Motor drive and control & other MCU functionalities and interfaces into a single chip solution.

EVAL_PMG1_B1_DRP Board is not yet in distribution and will be exclusively handed over to the winners as soon as first units become available.

Register now until September 30, 2023 to jump into the lottery pot!

Here you can find our participation conditions and declaration of consent.

Unfortunately, registration is no longer possible, as the competition ended on 30.09.2023.

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Infineon’s EZ-PD™ PMG1 MCUs represent an integrated solution for embedded systems that provide or consume power from the USB-C port and need an MCU to implement product features. Eager to learn how to use Infineon’s EZ-PD™ PMG1 high-voltage Microcontrollers with USB-C PD as a co-processor for your embedded applications such as power tools or consumer applications?

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