Apologies the reference design number should have been PMP8803.
The TPS23734 reference designs that the team has today are catered towards the Class 4 (25W) space so unfortunately I don't have a reference design to recommend that is optimized…
Part Number: TPS23755 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS23753A , PMP8803 , Dear team
There is a good news that we design in TPS23755 in customer's new project.
Could you help to review the schematic?
Hello Arika Watanabe,
The TPS23750 is an IEE802.3.af compliant part. The power levels this supports is up to 13W. We have since created two generations of parts to support this power level: TPS23753A, and TPS23755/TPS23758.
The TPS23753A has a 12V reference…
Part Number: TPS23753A Other Parts Discussed in Thread: PMP8803 , TPS23751 , TPS23753 Hello,
we would like to use the low cost PMP8803 reference design. However, because of height restrictions, we would like to replace the Coilcraft POE13P-12L against a…
Part Number: TPS23753A Other Parts Discussed in Thread: PMP8803 , TPS23754 , TPS23751 , TPS23755 , TPS23758 Hi,
I would like to know is there any reason that why two different circuit connections in two piece EVM (PMP8803 and PMP4648)of TPS23753A?
The recommended Wurth transformer (and also the Linkcom transformer used on the EVM) was designed specifically for use with the TPS23755 in a primary side regulated (PSR) topology in order to take advantage of the benefits of this IC/topology…