1. Intel Agilex® 7 Power Management Overview 2. Intel Agilex® 7 Power Basics 3. Intel Agilex® 7 Power and I/O State Sequencing 4. Intel Agilex® 7 Sensor Monitoring System 5. Intel Agilex® 7 Power Optimization Techniques and Features 6. Document Revision History for the Intel Agilex® 7 Power Management User Guide
4.3.1. Voltage Monitor Design Guidelines 4.3.2. Temperature Monitor Design Guidelines 4.3.3. Transceiver Tile Local Temperature Sensor Design Guidelines 4.3.4. Guidelines: Calibrate Temperature Sensing Chip Interfacing the Intel Agilex® 7 Remote TSD 4.3.5. Guidelines: Reading the R-Tile Local Temperature Sensor
2.1. Power Consumption
The total power consumption of the Intel Agilex® 7 device consists of the following components:
- Static power—the power that the configured device consumes when powered up but no user clocks are operating, excluding DC bias power of analog blocks, such as I/O and transceiver analog circuitry.
- Dynamic power—the additional power consumption of the device due to signal activity or toggling. Dynamic power is dependent on the operating frequency of your design, applied voltage, and load capacitance, which depends on design connectivity.
- Standby power—the component of active power that is independent of signal activity or toggling. Standby power includes, but is not limited to, I/O and transceiver DC bias power.
Intel Agilex® 7 devices minimize static and dynamic power using advanced process optimizations. These optimizations allow Intel Agilex® 7 designs to meet specific performance requirements with the lowest possible power.