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[FAQ] LP8733-Q1: Is there any difference about LP8733-Q1, LP87332D-Q1 and LP88332A-Q1?

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Part Number: LP8733-Q1

Dears:

Is there any difference about LP8733-Q1, LP87332D-Q1 and LP88332A-Q1?

Since from datasheet I can not find the difference.

Pls. kindly give some advice.

Thanks a lot!

Best regards

Luck Wu

  • Luck,
    I have forwarded your question to our product specialist for this part. Thank you for using E2E.

    Sincerely,

    Gordon Varney

    Sr. Applications / Systems Engineer

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  • In reply to Gordon Varney:

    Luck,

    Each device has different settings in their one time programmable memory.

    It is kind of hard to tell the differences by looking at the datasheet, but if you look at the user's guides for each device you can see the differences. For example, the LP8733-Q1 is designed to be configured at start up, so by default none of the rails are enabled, while the LP87332A and LP87332D are tailored more towards specific use cases.

    LP87332A UG: www.ti.com/.../snvu576b.pdf
    LP87332D UG: www.ti.com/.../snvu577a.pdf
    LP8733 UG: www.ti.com/.../snvu582a.pdf

    Thank you,
    Nick Jakse
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