Part Number: TPS3779 Hello,
I am using TPS3779 part in my design for sensing 3.3V and 1.5Vdc voltages. I had used 10Kohm and 6.65Kohm voltage divider network for 3.3Vdc monitor; 6.65Kohm and 49.9Kohm divider network for 1.5Vdc monitoring with 1% tolerance…
Part Number: BQ24078 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS3779 , BQ24075 Dear support team
I would like to build a battery charger incl. power path management with the BQ24078. As this chip does not feature an under-voltage protection (prevent discharging…
Part Number: TPS3779 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS3780 , Hello,
My customer is considering using the TPS3779/TPS3780 in a new design. We had some questions going over the potential opportunity around the ESD diodes of the device.
Assuming that the…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS3779 I have a question concerning TPS3779 dual channel voltage sensor.
The datasheet defines in page 12 the VDD overdrive.
However, in graphs 16 to 19, the VDD is constant but the overdrive isnt'.
How could it be…
Part Number: TLV840 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS3780 , TPS3779 , Hi Expert:
I make a long push button circuit with CD4013.
The circuit shows below
I use the /Q of second CD4013 to enable the following regulator.
I use lithium battery voltage to…
This functionality isn't internally supported by any of our supervisors. We will probably need to use 2 separate supervisors to achieve this functionality. One to mange each of the inputs, as using a dual channel won't allow one to be toggleable…
Part Number: TPS3307 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS3779 , TPS386040 , Hi,
do you recommend the TPS3307-33DR for a new industrial design or is there an alternative that is similar and newer?