Part Number: LM43601-Q1
LM43601-Q1 is under evaluated on customer side. In order to meeting CISPR 25 Class 5, customer want to add a resistor between CBOOT and boot-strap capacitor. See the screenshot below:
In the datasheet and typical application…
Part Number: LM43601 Hi There,
We have made same circuit for -12V as per THIS POST in Ti E2E forums. While doing output voltage ripple measurements at a load of 500mA, we observed that output of -12V is not being generated and there is a current flow…
Part Number: LM43601
a)Assuming that you have an existing PCB validated with LM4360 1 PWPR (max Iout 1A). Can it be replaced by LM4360 2 QPWPRQ1 or LM4360 2A QPWPRQ1 (max Iout 2A): -without any changes in the schematics (ie change of passive around it…
Part Number: LM43601 HI,
We need to confirm below circuit which designed for +12V to -5V,0.5A rating. It will run in buck boost topology.
Actual load is less than 0.1A. But considering margin designed at 0.5A. Please confirm the same at schematic point…
Part Number: LM43601 Hello guys,
One of my customers is considering using LM43601 for their new products.
They have the following question.
Could you please give me your reply?
Q. We'd like to control the output voltage by SS/TRK input terminal voltage…
Part Number: LM43601 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM43603 , Is there a way to either disable PFM or limit the behavior? I have an unusual application where it is not desirable to drop down to the longer pulse at a low frequency. I need to maintain continuous…
Part Number: LM43601-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM43601lm43601_12V_SCH.pdf
PFA the Schematics
Input Voltage => +12V
Output Voltage => -12V
Pls. note as of now we have not assembled J7 Common Mode Inductor.
At first POWER ON the output is…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM43601 Hello,
I am trying to simulate the following Webench circuit with PSPice for TI but cant get a proper output:
These are my PSPice transient…
Part Number: LM43601 Hello TI,
I've been working with a negative DC-DC Synchronous Step-Down Voltage Converter with the LM43601:
Layout design followed from recommendation:
I'm using AC/DC power supply of 15V from "IRM-30-15" from Meanwell…