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Part Number: TPS564201
considering the TPS564201 has a limited input voltage range, would you have any recommendations as to what kinds of protection should be implemented to withstand the ISO 7637-2 pulses? Should I choose a TVS diode with reverse stand off voltage of 12V (intended Vin) even though the clamping voltage is lower? Or would you recommended two TVS diodes in parallel with different ratings?
Any suggestions/application notes would be appreciated.
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In reply to Gavin Wang (Zejing):
In reply to Pradeep Mohan:
thanks again for your response.
Apologies if my previous message was not clear enough. What I meant was why the LMR140x0-Q series and not the TPS or other families. I've narrowed my search down to this list.
I see the TPS54340 is also a viable option. Am I correct in assuming that this one needs more external components (for compensation) than the LM Simple Switcher families of convertors?
If EMC, BOM Cost, PCB footprint and low current consumption were all important factors for my final design, would I go with the LM series or the TPS series?
The LMR23630 also seems to be a viable option with a much lower factory lead time.
To answer you other question, I meant that we need at least an Iout of 3A, or greater. Sorry I didn't phrase that better.
Once again thanks for your support.
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