Part Number: LM5143-Q1 Hi team,
I want to use LM5143Q for a IBB design, so I want to calculate the feedback loop.
As the error amplifier is internal, could you share the internal error amplifier parameter as following table?
Part Number: LM5143-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CSD18563Q5A LM5143-Q1.pdf
Can someone check if my schematic is correct? I have 48V input, and wanted either 24 or 36 Volt output. (selectable via Q6) But for some reason, the output is always 5V. …
Part Number: LM5143-Q1 Hi Team,
There is a good new that we could DIN TI product!
Would you please help me select TI multiphase buck controller solution for PoE application?
Part Number: LM5143-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMR36015-Q1 , LM5145 , LM5146-Q1 , LMR36015 , LM5160 , LM10011 I would like to use LM5143-Q1 in an application that:
1) VIN = 48VDC
2) Adjustable VOUT = 0.6V .. 47V @1.25A
My questions are:
1) Is LM5143…
Part Number: LM5143-Q1 How much source and sink current is supported by LM5143-Q1?
When using in 2-phase configuration what is the limiting factor for output current drawn by the system at an output voltage of 18Volts, when input is 24 Volts?
Part Number: LM5143-Q1 Hi Everyone,
I'm trying to design 48V/40A buck converter with input 56V constant voltage input. I'm trying to simulate system with using paramaters from "LM5143-Q1 Quickstart Tool - revA9". When I design the system considering specification…
Part Number: LM5143-Q1 Hello.
LM5143-Q1 allow to set the output voltage by using a voltage divider from the phisical output to the Voutx pin (x=1 or 2 according to the output channel)
But also the current sense amplifier uses the Vout x pin to measure…
Part Number: LM5143-Q1 Hello expert,
My customer is looking for solution to support 13.5VDC -> 12VDC/200A. As I know we can use LM5143 to implement multi-phase solution. May I know if LM5143 could support 2400W output application? If no, do we have other…
Part Number: LM5143-Q1 design parameter is:
VIN :12-24 Vout :-6V. Iout 20A.
use LM5143 with single output-2phase, is it right to caculate Frhp with a half Iout ?
L set 8uh, Iout=10A. so Frhp=15.9Khz, Generally, the RHP frequency must be about…