Nordic Semiconductor nPM1300-EK PMIC Evaluation Kit

Nordic Semiconductor nPM1300-EK PMIC Evaluation Kit allows simple evaluation and code-free configuration of the nPM1300 Power Management ICs (PMICs). Connect to the nPM PowerUP app found in nRF Connect for Desktop and configure all settings of the nPM1300 through an intuitive GUI and export as code for implementation into a user's MCU application. The nPM1300-EK offers JST battery connectors for batteries with or without internal NTC and male pin headers to access all nPPM1300 connections. In addition, three LEDs and four pushbuttons are implemented for ease of use when evaluating the GPIO and LED diver functionality of the PMIC.


  • Seamless integration and code-free configuration with the nPM PowerUP desktop app
  • Male pin headers provide access to all nPM1300 PMIC connections for easy connection to external test equipment
  • Integrated LEDs (3x) and pushbuttons (4x) allow for the evaluation of the built-in LED drivers and GPIOs of the PMIC
  • USB-C™ compatible for power and data communication
  • Easy-to-use QFN or small WLCSP package
  • System management
    • 2x highly efficient buck regulators
    • 800mA battery charger
    • Accurate fuel gauge with nRF SoC
    • Single- or two-button hard-reset functionality
    • Watchdog and boot timer
    • Ship- and Hibernate modes


  • Evaluation of nPM1300 PMIC
  • Power management for breadboard prototyping of embedded power applications
  • Battery charge controller boards for charging prototypes without integrated PMICs


  • Battery charger
    • JEITA regulatory compliant
    • 3.5V to 4.45V termination voltage range
    • Dynamic power path
    • 32mA to 800mA charge current range
  • Buck regulators (2x)
    • 1.0V to 3.3V output range
    • 200mA current limit (each output)
  • Input regulator
    • 4.0V to 5.5V input range
    • 4.0V to 5.5V unregulated output range
    • 22V transient overvoltage protection
    • 1500mA USB-C current limit
  • 2.3V to 4.45V battery voltage range
  • -40°C to +85°C operating temperature range
Published: 2023-06-14 | Updated: 2023-09-12