Part Number: TPS43351-Q1 Hi ,
1. could you help me to get the failure rate of TPS43351-Q1?
2. hot to calculate its fit？what is the standard?
3. how many transistors are included in the Power IC?
Part Number: TPS43351-Q1 Dear Sirs
Section 18.104.22.168, K FLR (Coil Selection Constant) = 200, What is this referring to and what is the range?
K FLR I'm trying to keep the I out ripple and V out ripple down, so I’d like to increase the inductance. Does the …
I have found that the voltage supplied by the customer may vary ±3VDC. This puts the TPS51285 and TPS53125 parts out of consideration. I have looked at the alternative, TPS43351-Q1. It has a input range of up 40VDC. As I have mentioned before…
Part Number: TPS43351-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS43331-Q1 , Hi All,
I'm designing the power supply of a Jacinto6-based board and I'm using the TPS43331-Q1 as a first-stage regulator to provide 3V3 and 5V0 to my circuit. Unfortunately…
Part Number: TPS43351-Q1
TPS43351 outputs 3.3.v/2A, of which C533 C536 is tantalum capacitor and C35 C34 C38 37 is ceramic. At present, in order to reduce the cost of the project,
is this side of the capacitor not needed so much, redundant…
Part Number: TPS43351-Q1 Dear TI, (but likely Gordon),
In the same circuit used in my previous post, I have two TPS43351-Q1's. One is the master, with its SYNC pin connected to its VREG pin so that it's always in CCM. The Channel 2 low side gate drive…
Can you please take a look at the below application note? It is for TPS65310/TPS65311 BUCK1 controller. But TPS65310/TPS65311 BUCK1 and TPS43351-Q1 controllers are coming from the same IP and this application note should be valid also for…
Part Number: TPS43351-Q1 Dear E2E,
I have designed a PCB with two TPS43351Q's on board, so a total of four outputs. Three of the outputs look fine when responding to load transients, but one of them stops switching for a short period when I apply a load…
I would like to know the behavior of this device when the output is shorted to battery or other supplys.
I am concerned that the low side fet keeps open. (sinking the current continually?)