Part Number: TPS54239 The device works well up to 100mA load,the frequency is 600kHz. At load 130mA the voltage drops by 1.3V and the frequency is 300kHz with bizarre waveform on Pin 3, see below. At 200mA load the output voltage pulsating with 0.5V average…
Part Number: TPS54239 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI , Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models I have imported the TPS54239 model to TINA from Webbench. While attempting for Transient analysis in TINA, the simulation runs successfully if I select…
Part Number: TPS54239 Dear TI Experts,
I am now using TPS54239DDA and meet with a problem need your help:
I'd like to know if it's the start up current too large that causes the output voltage to be pulled down?
Can you help check if their is…
Part Number: TPS54239 Hello,
I'm using TPS54239E in a new design.
For a 5V output voltage, the maximum output capacitor total value is 68µF (table 1 of datasheet).
- Does this maximal value includes DC bais effect of the capacitor?
- Does this…
Part Number: TPS54239 Hi,
We're using a TPS54239 to generate 3.3V from an 8V source. Measuring each pin, I get the following:
There is no load since I've disconnected the VOUT from this circuit…
Part Number: TPS54239 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS54336A Sorry to bother.
Customer want to know that why TPS54239 maximum output only 7 volts?
The other similar item -- TPS54336A's maximum output can reach 25 volts.
What is cause of this difference…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS54239 , TPS562200 Hi Sir
May we direct connect TPS562200 & TPS54239 enable pin to Vin? due to i check EVB, EVB have add 10Kohm resistor.
but my customer direct connect EN to Vin in PCB board.
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS54239 This chip is on a step-down circuit board very close to TI's reference design and I'm having sporadic failures of the chip (4 failures in approx 30 boards.)
The boards were assembled by a manufacturer I…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS54239 Hello,
I ordered a sample of TPS54239.
My requirements are:
Input 12V; Output 5V; Imax = 1A
For testing purposes I soldered all required components together on a little board. All connections as short as possible…