Part Number: TPS2660 A customer is using the TPS26600 and would like to tie the RTN pad to GND for thermal reasons. While it is understood that this disables/bypasses the reverse input polarity protection, will it also affect the reverse current protection…
Part Number: TPS2660 Hello Expert,
We are using tps26601 and testing surge.
There is a power reset or chip burn issue.
We'd like to email you privately about the issue.
Could you please send to my e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)?
We will share schematic…
Part Number: TPS2660 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM76202-Q1 , LM74202-Q1 Hi Experts,
Seeking your assistance on this query from Cx:
We are thinking of introducing the TPS26600PWPR device for the prioritization of two power supplies the non-safety part…
Part Number: TPS2660 Hi team,
For the reverse polarity protection feature, is there max time limitation that TPS2660 can withstand?
Or is it OK to put TPS2660 under reverse polarity situation for (theoretically speaking) infinite time?
Part Number: TPS2660 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TVS3301 , Hello,
I have a design with the following requirements:
Input voltage = 24VDC nominal, 33V max.
No damage from reverse bias on the input
Meets IEC61000-4-5 class 2
Originally, we had planned…
Part Number: TPS2660 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMR36015S , TPS2663 Hi
The customer has a question they are testing the HOT-PLUG,
The voltage will exceed 60v and burn the LMR36015S , please suggest a suitable hot swap?