New MM101 Single-Chip High-Voltage Driver with Integrated Charge Pump Reduces Board Space and BOM Cost
Menlo Micro, the company responsible for reinventing the electronic switch, today announced the formal qualification and production release of the MM101, an 8-channel, low-voltage to high-voltage driver with an integrated charge pump. The MM101 driver provides a cost-effective solution for microelectromechanical system (MEMS) devices and other high-voltage driving applications in a highly integrated form factor. Built as a companion to Menlo Micro’s Ideal Switch products, the MM101 provides up to eight drive outputs, programmable from 80 V or 90 V, in a miniature 5 mm x 5 mm 32-pin QFN or WLCSP flip-chip package powered with 5 V charge pump and 3.3 V driver circuit supply sources.
The MM101 high-voltage driver features selectable communication interfaces (SPI, GPIO) with up to 33 MHz SPI clocking speed, enabling SPI to be configured in a daisy-chain mode. In addition, the driver’s communication interface supports interface fault indicators, power-on-reset, power ON/OFF sequence control, and under-voltage protection for charge pump and supply voltage. The MM101’s highly integrated driver design reduces board layout space and BOM costs when compared to the industry’s common multi-chip, high-voltage driver solutions for controlling MEMS devices.
MM101 Product Highlights:
- Eight high-voltage push-pull output channels
- Internal charge pump voltage converter
- Selectable communication interfaces (SPI, GPIO)
- Available in a 5 mm x 5 mm QFN package and WLCSP flip-chip package
The MM101 is available today to customers worldwide. For pricing information, please contact a Menlo Micro sales representative.