Part Number: LM5002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM5022 , LM5156 Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools Hi Team,
The customer tried to simulate LM5002 in Webench in Boost topology with the specification below but he received an error message: Design cannot…
Part Number: LM5002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM5155 Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools Hi.
I would like to have a boost power supply with input 3.7 lithium battery (minimimum 3.2V maximum 4.2V) and output 75V 75mA.
Is it possible with lm5002…
Part Number: LM5002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM5001 , LMR64010 Hi Team,
My customer is just looking for boost device to generate 40V@100mA from 12V rail.
Could you tell me the best recommended device such the use case?
1st candidate is LM5002 for…
Part Number: LM5002
Hi E2E forum!
We've used LM5002 in SEPIC configuration as per example below:
We have just changed the Feedback resistors to have 15V as output. Our specification is Vin=14V to 20V, Vout=15V at 50mA
From the operation side the…
Part Number: LM5002 Hello:
Is there any new product of TI to replace LM5002A?
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Part Number: LM5002 Hi team,
I'm using LM5002 switching IC to create a high voltage DC supply of +240V in association with 1:8 transformer. Input supply voltage to switching IC is +15V and internal switching frequency is ~ 325KHz with RT set to 39K2…
Part Number: LM5002 Hi TI:
I designed a flyback circuit using LM5002. Input 24V, output 200V, transformer 1:5 80uH, switching frequency 250k, output load 0.4W.
Because the C123 is the ceramic capacitor, I just use type I compensation network.
Part Number: LM5002 In my application, I need 20V (minimum) at some 45mA; the input can vary from 6 to 30V. Because space is extremely limited I would like to avoid a Sepic configuration.
The circuit requiring the 20V can handle the excess 10V without…