Part Number: TPS54618-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS54618C-Q1 Hi,
My customer would like to know what is the difference between TPS54618-Q1 and TPS54618C-Q1?
If my customer is just in sample run, can we use TPS54618-Q1 first?
Part Number: TPS54618-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS57114-Q1 Hi team,
Would you please check if TPS54618-Q1 is ok to use boot resistor? or can only use snubber?
Here is a post regarding TPS57114-Q1, we don't recommend to use boot resistor for…
Part Number: TPS54618-Q1 Hi,
We are using this IC to generate 0.9V & 1.05V from 3.3V
We are using 100nF as BOOT CAP. Need to know what is the boot cap requirement with respect to temperature variation.
Our system operates in -40C to 105C. What is…
Part Number: TPS54618-Q1 Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools Dear Team,
My customer will have 600uF*2 at the output.
So I would like to use Webench to find the suitable compensation value.
But the webench only mention the phase margin is not enough,…
Part Number: TPS54618-Q1 Hi TI fellows, could you provide the worst case leakage current at the VSENSE input for the part TPS54618QRTERQ1? I understand that it is not stated on the datasheet. However, I need this value to calculate the worst-case output…
Part Number: TPS54618-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS54620 I am designing TPS54618-Q1 into an application. I wonder if two TPS54618-Q1 can do load sharing. If yes, how to do the load sharing? Will the following work?
Part Number: TPS54618-Q1 Hi team,
My customer designs TPS54618-Q1 enable which connects to EC and also pull down to ground through 100k ohm.
I know there is a pull up current in enable pin which is 1.9uA, if EC is no function now, the enable pin should…