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[FAQ] TPS659037: package and pin assign information

Part Number: TPS659037

Hello E2E,

Our customer is designing next new product for using the TPS6590376.
I suggested to customer for change the PMIC from TPS6590376 to TPS6590378.
However, I did not to finde the explain document for difference point about package and pin-assign.

What is the difference between TPS6590376 and TPS6590378 on H / W?

Regards,
ACGUY

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    Phil
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  • Hi,

    Please check out our user guide (Table 2) for the detailed list between TPS6590376 and TPS6590378: www.ti.com/.../sliu011

    The TPS6590378 is a newer version of the TPS6590376. This OTP has all the same OTP configurations, except the power down sequence has been further optimized.

    Please let me know if you have further questions.

    Thanks,
    Nastasha


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    Find the right power solution for your processor or FPGA: www.ti.com/SoCPower

     

  • In reply to Nastasha:

    May i know what the difference between TPS6590378 and TPS6590379 is?

    Regards
    Brian
  • In reply to Brian Wang0928:

    Brian,

    The same user guide depicts the differences in OTP configuration between TPS6590378 and TPS6590379: http://www.ti.com/lit/pdf/sliu011

    Thanks,

    Nastasha


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    For more information on Multi-Channel Power Management ICs: http://www.ti.com/pmic

    Find the right power solution for your processor or FPGA: www.ti.com/SoCPower

     

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