Part Number: LMZ13610 Why is the load step response unstable for the WEBENCH's default sample circuit shown below? is this real? or a bug in the tool?
Cout=3x 270uF, ESR = 8mohm
Part Number: LMZ13610 Hi TI,
Please help to check whether the schematic diagrams of these power chips are correct and whether there is any problem?
The attachment is the schematic diagram。 TSC1152V1.0_DCM-UL--page4--page8.pdf
Part Number: LMZ13610 I am using the PSPICE average model to understand the stability of my design. i am running 28V in, 5V out, 1.25ohm resistor for a load of 4A. To be consistent with the datasheet graphs, I am using x2 330uF (tantalums), x1 47uF ceramic…
Thank you for the response.
1. I would also like to know when does the soft start time gets enabled. I am enabling LMZ13610 using a 5V regulator. which is the 1st regulator in sequence and LMZ13610 is 2nd. Since the VIH of LMZ13610 is 1.274 whether…
Part Number: LMZ13610 Hi,
I am using LMZ13610TZ/NOPB in my design for 24V to 5V conversion. I have attached the schematics. Can someone please review the schematics and let us know your feedbacks on the same.
I've reviewed your PCB layout. Below are my comments:
Analog circuit is connected to AGND first before PGND which to help provide noise immunity (√)
Input caps placed close to input pin to reduce high di/dt loop to minimize EMI …
Part Number: LMZ13610 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: BQ24610 Hi,
we are using LMZ13610 in our board to 5V conversion. The input is 12V from adapter or 7.4V from a battery. BQ24610 is using for power path control and battery charging. When the battery voltage…
Part Number: LMZ13610
Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools
I have an input of 12V/24V to my system. Also there will be a 7.4V battery input to the system if main power is not there.
We are planning to use LMZ13610 to convert the input voltage…