|PAK SPICE Beta is immediately available in the latest version of GreenPAK™ Designer Software. This tool, initially enabled for a select number of GreenPAK products, will allow user to run simulation on both external and internal nodes. Evaluate PAK SPICE today and provide feedback to ensure that we address the features you are most interested in.|
|Create a coulomb counter in GreenPAK, that measures the current drawn by a load and represents it in the time domain.|
|We will demonstrate how to implement a simple pulse to voltage converter with minimum external components. This is an ideal example of a mixed signal IC as both analog and digital blocks are used in this application.|
|This note describes the design of a complete charging circuit. A single cell Lithium Polymer (LiPol) battery is charged in two stages: Constant current (CC) until a voltage limit is reached, and then constant voltage, until the current is below a set threshold of about 10% of initial constant charge current.|
|In this tutorial Silego’s GreenPAK Configurable Mixed-signal IC (CMIC) is used to open and close an automatic door.|
|We will describe how to generate a one-shot pulse that increases or decreases in|
length by a set amount every time it is triggered. This may be a useful technique for a medical application for dosage distribution, or for an LED driving circuit.