Part Number: LMR33620-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMR33620 Hi all,
My first question is in general about the TI categorization and how to use this inside a safety project. There is the split into different levels of functional safety capabilities…
Part Number: LMR33620-Q1 Hi Team,
There is a good new that we could DIN LMR33620-Q1!
Regarding the Tj formula, what worst case conditions are considered by the Datasheet? THX For example: component error, aging, temperature deviation (125) ℃...etc
Part Number: LMR33620-Q1 Dear Specialists,
My customer'd like to know the difference between LMR33620BQRNXRQ1 and LMR33620BRNXR.
I think the difference is test specs because Q1 is for qualifying AEC-Q100 and the same die is used inside.
Is it correct…
Part Number: LMR33620-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62273 To whom it may concern
In a design I use the LMR33620C-Q1 (2.1MHz) to generate a 5V supply from a 18 - 30V input supply
I experience the IC burns off randomly when the input supply is applied…
Part Number: LMR33620-Q1 In top layer ,It is given to connect ground plane of Vout and Vin power rails ,but part of ground plane runs under the inductor .Can we route the ground plane under the inductor ?
Part Number: LMR33620-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMR33620 Hi,
the LMR33620-Q1 datasheet reports a soft-start time of 4 ms; Figure 7-4 shows a similar value.
I simulated the circuit in SNVMBG9A using PSpice for TI and the resulting start-up time…
Part Number: LMR33620-Q1 Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools A:
The Webench model produced for the LMR33620CQ3 reports a switching frequency of 1.66MHz.
The data sheet specifies a switching frequency of 2.5MHz for that part.
The Webbench model recommends…