Charge pumps are DC-DC converters that utilize capacitors to store energetic charges that either raise or lower electrical potential differences. While being electrically simple circuits, charge pumps have the capability to reach high efficiencies. Charge pumps utilize switching devices that control the connection of supply voltage across the load via a capacitor. When the process is a two-stage cycle, the capacitor is connected across the voltage supply in the first stage. The circuitry is reconfigured in the second stage to ensure that the capacitor is in a series connection with the load and the supply, thus doubling the voltage across the load.
Manufacturers offer charge pumps that have the ability to double, triple, halve, invert and fractionally multiple voltages, and generate arbitrary potential differences by swiftly alternating in-between modes, depending on the circuit topology and the controller.
Charge Pumps: Market Dynamics: The rising adoption of electrical circuit components designed to enable industry-grade automation, and the ever-increasing adoption of house-hold appliances featuring white LED or LCD drivers are the major factors that are estimated to enable the global charge pumps market to grow during the forecast period. The high adoption rates showcased by Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EEPROM) and Flash memory integrated circuits are also expected to drive the global charge pumps market. No inductors are required after charge pumps and charge pump regulators are integrated into electrical circuits. This factor reduces the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of electrical devices. Charge pump regulators offer higher efficiency when compared to linear regulators. This feature is anticipated to drive the global charge pumps market during the forecast period. Few raw materials are required to design charge pumps, hence the development expenditure is low. This factor is also estimated to drive the global charge pumps market during the forecast period.
However, the switching feature of charge pumps produces higher noise and output ripple. Also, the capacitors limit the output current capacity of charge pumps. Such factors are expected to restrict the adoption of charge pumps during the forecast period.
Charge Pumps: Market Segmentation: With regards to the charge pump variant, the global charge pumps market can be segmented into the following: Dickson Charge Pumps, Static CTS Charge Pumps
Charge Pumps: Regional Market Outlook: The charge pumps market in the Latin America region is expected to register the highest growth rate in the global charge pumps market during the forecast period. The digitalization upgrades and advancements in various industrial sectors in Latin American economies, such as Brazil and Mexico, are expected to enable the charge pumps market in the Latin America region register a high adoption rate during the forecast period. Presently, the North American charge pumps market holds the largest market share of the global charge pumps market. However, the charge pumps market in the Southeast Asia and others of Asia Pacific region is estimated to hold the largest market share by the end of the forecast period. High presence of small, medium and large-sized electrical circuitry component developers is anticipated to drive the charge pumps market in Western Europe. High adoption rate of electrical appliances featuring light emitting diodes is also estimated to drive the charge pump market across all the business regions.
Charge Pumps: Key Market Players: The key players in the global charge pumps market include Analog Devices, Inc.; Texas Instruments Incorporated; Microchip Technology Inc.; Maxim Integrated; Fairchild Semiconductor; Cirrus Logic, Inc.; and Allegro MicroSystems, LLC, among other market players. Texas Instruments Incorporated is expected to procure the largest market share of the global charge pumps market during the forecast period. The second largest market share is expected to be held by Analog Devices, Inc. during the forecast period.
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