Fundamentals of nanoPower Technology

Nov. 10, 2021
Low quiescent current (IQ) is key to battery management for long-life devices.

Explore how nanoPower technology helps bring intelligence to the edge. Also check out this webinar: nanoPower Technology®: Nano Currents and Mega Impact—An Essential Analog Web Chat.

Video chapters

  • 00:11 - What is nanoPower?
  • 08:07 - Why nanoPower Regulators?
  • 15:18 - Achieving nanoPower

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