Part Number: LM5143-Q1 About application note for LM5143-Q1: 4-phase buck regulator, Slave side's DITH pin setting are described Page-5: Open and Page-9: connect to VDDA.
Which is correct?
Is DITH pin on slave side left open OK?
Thanks for the response. Load current exceeds 2A but the key is keeping the input from exceeding 36V as I thought as well, so we have to be careful and build in as much margin on our end as possible to avoid this from happening.
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Please help to suggest proper and very compact isolated solutions to meet the requirements.
1. Vin = 8V -28VDC
2. Vout = 5VDC
3. Pload max = 5W
4. Pload avg =3W
5. operating temp = -40C - 85C …
The TIDM-02002 could support 6.6kW, but this reference design is for DAB, I am not sure the voltage level( Vprim: 380–600 V DC; Vsec: 280–450 V DC) could match to you.
I am doing another bi-directional design that voltage level is…
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Looking for an Isolated DC-DC Power solution controlled through SM Bus or I2C. Currently using 3 Semiconductor Circuits CPE1U48 Module 3 in series to generate an output voltage of…
Then, I think LM5143 matches with what you want. Please refer https://e2e.ti.com/blogs_/b/powerhouse/posts/how-to-design-a-simple-constant-current-constant-voltage-buck-converter for more information.
Part Number: LM26420 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62442
I am using a Dual buck converter IC LM26420YMH/NOPB to get 3.3V and 1.2V DC from 5VDC input.
3.3V & 1.2VDC The output looks unhealthy,
Initially, Outputs are varying random…
I am referring SLVA662 document to design compensators.
Please suggest how to calculate Fp0 (frequency for pole at origin) it is missing in this document for the Type II compensator (refer to page no 4)
and what are the frequencies to be considered…
I have not seen an update from you for two weeks, so I assume the questions are answered and the issue is solved. I close this thread now. If there is still something open, please reply and the thread will get opened again. If you have any…