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Incorporated in 1997, Monolithic Power Systems, Inc. is a fabless manufacturer of leading-edge power products. Headquartered in Kirkland, Washington, the company employs 2,000 people to maintain offices in China, France, Germany, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
MPS directs its focus toward developing and marketing high-performance analog and mixed-signal components. The firm’s catalog currently features AC/DC and DC/DC power converters, e-fuses, load switches, motor drivers, sensors, battery management devices, controllers, LEDs, inductors, and operational amplifiers. The primary end-markets for the company’s products are automotive, computing, e-mobility, industrial, lighting, medical, power supply, telecom, wearables, and white goods.
Pioneering engineer, Michael Hsing, founded MPS intending to produce single die power systems. Hsing’s vision for his firm came to fruition, and over the last two decades, the company has emerged as an industry leader by consistently developing new technologies.
The firm’s advancement driven culture recently released the MPM3695-10 power module. The product boasts a robust input voltage range of 3.3V to 16V with a 0.5V to 5V output voltage scale. In addition, it provides IN, IOUT, VOUT, and temperature telemetry readback. Scalable, ultrathin, and fully integrated, the MPM3695-10 is an ideal solution for networking systems and industrial equipment OEMs.
MPS recently debuted the MPQ2167B-AEC1 step-down buck converter. Thanks to its integrated 25mΩ synchronous rectifier and 35mΩ high-side MOSFET, the device provides a high level of efficiency without needing an external Schottky diode. The AEC-Q100 compliant device also has a configurable frequency range of 300kHz to 2.2MHz, which makes it suitable for vehicle infotainment and telemetry systems.
Over 20 years ago, MPS sent shockwaves through the industry by unveiling its first monolithic power module. With its passion for innovation undiminished, the firm will continue to push the electronic components sector forward.