Part Number: TPS23758EVM-080 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS23758 Hi E2E,
Could you kindly let us know TPS23758 How to achieve the compensate?
When I study the circuit, I think is that through voltage information is from second side to achieve voltage…
TPS23758EVM-080 is designed for 5V,13W applications. The transformers are custom designed for this and we don't recommend changing to any random transformers. Please follow our reference design. Thanks.
Part Number: TPS23752 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS23758EVM-080 Dear Sirs,w
we tested the Evalboard for the TPS23752 with a load of 5V 200mA.
The efficiency is lower than expected.
Is there a way to tune the design for better performance at this…
Part Number: TPS23758 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS23755 , Hi, I have a question regarding the TPS23758.
So far I've been using the TPS23755 in combination with a diode rectifier which works fine for me. However, too improve efficiency, I've tried…
Part Number: TPS2372 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS2378 , PMP11012 , TPS23757 , TPS23757EVM , TPS23758EVM-080 , TPS23753A , TPS23758 i am planning to use POE PD interface chip to get power about 15W from ethernet, but I found that all POE PD interface…
Hi Michael -
Thank you for your response. We were referencing a schematic for the 'PoE Featherwing' shown here: https://cdn.hackaday.io/files/1683567202943104/PoE-FeatherWing-2.pdf which is behaving correctly with a PSR flyback diode. Is it that…
Part Number: TPS23730 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS23758EVM-080 Hi,
My customer wants to build a power delivery solution for a PD. The final the design has to be very flat:
Height final design <10mm
Input Voltage Range - conform to 802.3 af…
There is something like PMP11107 you could consider.
You will probably need a transformer redesign to get more power out of the 3.3V rail, but magnetic vendors are able to do this.
The LM5701 is a PoE PD…
Please use the TPS23758EVM-080. The TPS2375 is an older device. tidubr9 designs with the TPS23753A, this is probably the difference you see.
To use a 12V adapter for a 5V solution, you will need to step down the voltage. There are numerous ways…