Part Number: TPS23881 I have a basic board with a TPS23881 that works up to around 45W to a powered device. However it cannot supply 90W.
There is no MCU connected to the TPS23881, nor do I change it's SRAM on power on. It's a fresh, out the box…
Part Number: TPS23881 dears,
do we have the Sifos report for TPS23881? would you please help to share me a copy if we have it?
if TPS23881 may meet DOE VI requirement? the customer requires low power consumption when the system standby.
Part Number: TPS23881 Hello Expert,
We are considering that circuit designe as a combination of four 2pair_30W & two 4pair_90W using one this device.
When looking at the registers to control each channel, it appears to only consist of channels 1…
Part Number: TPS23881 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: MSP430F5234 , Dear Team,
1. Do you have a recommended MCU solution? ex: MSP430 2. support bt 90W, please suggest TI solution 3. There is related reference design with BCM59131 (Co-lay design)
Part Number: TPS23881 Dear Team,
May I know why we has the TPS23881A type, is there any situation that has been happened SRAM corruption?
What kind of application need to TPS 881A? Thanks a lot.
Part Number: TPS23880 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS23881TPS23881 is the newer generation version of the TPS23880 which has added features and functionality and they are P2P.
and so TPS23881 Spec is better than TPS23880, why we set TPS23880 at higher…
Part Number: TPS23881
According to the application note(slave12E),after powering up the tps23881, we need to load sram for tps23881. And then send commends to set the registers from MCU via I2C.But the customers do not want to load sram using…