I want more information on part no. tps 62111 which has a marking TI 581 after this number. While filling this form (just tps 62111) it said part number not recognised.
But while googling I did come across a data sheet, the only problem is the datasheet shows the ic is QFN type but the ic on the printed board has pins protruding.
So what are the specifications of this?
PS I would also like to know if a 5 pin ic, three ins one one side, two on the other with marking F050 is made by Texas Instruments, if so, where can I get a data sheet?
So far as I can tell, TPS62111 is only available as a QFN. It should be marked as:
Y = year
M = month
S = fab site
LLLL = lot code.
We do have a DC/DC converter in 5 pin SOT package, TPS560200:
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In reply to JohnTucker:
Many thanks for your message, but I can clearly see the ic marked TPS 62111 with small pins soldered outside.
Also many thanks for the other ic TPS560200. This has a marking F050 on it and is connected to the battery (7.4 volts) of a
With best wishes.
In reply to satya dutt:
Perhaps you could post a photo. Also where did you purchase the devices?
Thanks, this is on the main pcb of bose mini 1 soundlink, that was purchased a few years ago. I am forwarding a photograph of this
on the pcb.
With best wishes.
Your photo did not post. Can you try again?
Thanks, but it is even showing in your reply to me.
I am sending it once more any way.
With kind regards
Further to my earlier message, I just realised that the photo does not show in my inbox,
but when I click on Information on TPS 62111, it opens outside and then it can be seen.
Resending pho once more.
That is the catalog TPS62111 in QFN package. The datasheet can be downloaded from the product page here:
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