Part Number: PMLKBUCKEVM Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS54160 Hi, TI Support Team
Yesterday I tested the TPS54160 on PMLKBUCK EVM and nothing went wrong.
However, today when I test the TPS54160 on PMLKBUCK EVM, the output voltage keeps on about 1.5V…
Part Number: TPS54160
Good day! Could you help us with our customer. I have shared their full inquiry below.
I am looking for minimal inductance value of inductor in DC/DC converter with TPS54160.
Equation 28 in datasheet specifies the following…
Part Number: TPS54160 Hi TI support team!
We are using EVkit of TPS54160 for load transient experiment in the laboratory component of switched-mode power conversion course. Due to the pandemic we have moved on to having online simulation based experiment…
Part Number: TPS54160 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI ,
I designed the Split rail power supply with reference to the application report below. SLVA369A (Create a Split-Rail Power Supply with a Wide Input Voltage Buck Regulator (Rev. A))
Part Number: TPS54160 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS54560B I want to configure Split-rail using TPS54160. Can the positive and negative output currents be unbalanced?
I am worried that the virtual GND will become unstable.
Specifically, we plan to…
I will suggest download TPS54160 Pspice model from below link, and do the simple modification like inductor value, capacitor value and comp value
TPS54160 data sheet, product information and support | TI.com
it may make your simulation time shorte…
Part Number: TPS54160 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS54060 Hi Team,
Our customer would like to confirm if the TPS54060 can be replaced by the TPS54160. According to our customer,
I'm aware of slva592, which suggests that they are compatible for…
Part Number: TPS54160 Hi team,
My customer wants to convert 24V input to -20V/1W output. I found TPS54160 might be a good choice. We just need to connect negative output to its GND pin and connect positive output to the reference GND. And TPS54160's Vinmax…
Part Number: TPS54160 Hi Support team
since manufacturing side wave soldering process issue, the thermal pad is high possible would not soldering well
how to estimate the thermal impact if thermal pad is floating?