Power Management Integrated Circuits (PMICs) are integrated circuits that are designed to help manage power management in electronic devices. PMICs are designed to provide accurate and consistent power conversion, management, and distribution in a variety of applications. They provide control features that allow the user to control their system’s power usage and to optimise the efficiency of the power supply system. PMICs are typically used in embedded systems such as an audio processor or smart home system, although they can be used in other applications too. They have become an essential component of modern electronics, allowing efficient power conversion and management with integrated circuitry and better controllability. PMICs also provide a wide range of features, such as overcurrent protection, undervoltage lockout, and high voltage protection. The use of PMICs can help provide enhanced power savings, reliability, and energy efficiency.