Part Number: PMP22301 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS23754 , , TPS23751 , UCC28630 , PMP12027 , UCC28740 Greetings,
With a thought to integrate Power over Ethernet with a SBC with Ethernet capability, came across the TPS23754 (PMP22301).
I have 2 questions…
Part Number: PMP22301 Dear Specialists,
My Customer is considering PMP22301 and has a question.
I would be grateful if you could advise.
In PMP22301, 750318587 (Wurth) is described as a transformer（T2).
However, 750318587 does not have a part number…
Part Number: TPS23754 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: PMP22301 , Hi,
We built a test coupon based on PMP22301 to generate 24VDC / 20W which worked well with resistive loads.
We moved the design to our board where the TPS23754 provides 24VDC into four…
Part Number: TPS23751 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS23754 , PMP22301 Hi,
@David Strasser (8387)
Previously, we had this discussion based on the TPS23751 and PMP21655.
The TPS23754 based PMP22301 has a different Ethernet transformer…
Part Number: TPS23731 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS23754 , TPS23734 , PMP22301 Hi team,
Our customer is interested in the TPS23731, however, they would like to know how to calculate the PSR specifications, such as transformer, bias and compensation…
Yes the PMP22301
We also have a design i sent over email.
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Part Number: TPS23754 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: PMP22301 , , CSD19534Q5A Hi,
I am considering creating a circuit using the TPS23754 device. The specifications are as follows. I would like to create a circuit based on the reference design PMP22301…
Thanks for your question and your interest in the TPS23734. As you have discovered, designing DCDC power converters is difficult. This is why I always recommend basing a new design off of a previous one that we know worked.
I would suggest…