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Power management is a function to manage power supply to support multi-functionalization of equipment and power saving. This IC is called a power management IC.
In addition to a simple linear regulator IC, a switching regulator IC, and a multifunctional system power supply IC, the power management IC includes a load switch IC that stops power supply to the load during standby and controls the power supply sequence.