Part Number: TPS560200-Q1 Burn-in(ageing) test of TPS560200QDGKRQ1.
The signal generator control board is repeatedly powered on and off for aging, once every 0.5 seconds for two days. The voltage rise slope is approximately 4V/us . At present, we found…
Part Number: TPS560200-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS560200 hi team,
TPS560200 datasheet spec for PH negative voltage is -2V/10ns. If customer system worst case test result is -0.8V/40ns, do you see any risks?
Part Number: TPS560200-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS560200 Hello,
I'm using the TPS560200 as an external core supply of 1.2 V for the Infineon TLF35584. The TLF35584 enables the TPS560200 and observes its output voltage. It has a short to ground…
Part Number: TPS560200-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS560200 Hi, I have attached my schematic for your reference. I was recently trying to scope a PCB and accidentally shorted two pins on connector "P11". This caused the device TPS560200-Q1…
Part Number: TPS560200-Q1
I aim to use the TPS560200-Q1 in design to get 3.3V max 400-450mA during peak Wifi TX, otherwise less then 100mA. My Vin will be 12V
This is my design, i have not yet done PCB layout.
I prefer to keep my BOM as universal…
Part Number: TPS560200-Q1 Hello,
my customer is currently working on a design with the TPS560200-Q1 and has a question.
Are there any care about with respect to the feedback loop and what is the minimum values of the required ESR for proper operation?
Part Number: TPS560200-Q1 Hi Team,
The customer is searching the DCDC solution for their Automotive application.
The specs is Vin=12V, output=3.3V/100mA.
There is a considerable noise which may generate inrush current/ voltage and damaged the board while…
Part Number: TPS62992-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS560200-Q1 , , TPS62901-Q1 Hello, colleagues,
The TPS62901-Q1 specifies a maximum Start-up delay time of 1400 µs or 1850 µs depending on the configuration. But further on the Soft-start time is…
Thank You for your reply. We have changed our design to use TPS560200-Q1 to achieve 3.3V( https://e2e.ti.com/support/power-management/f/power-management-forum/998267/tps560200-q1-design-advice/3688725#3688725 )
THe 5V was to going to be use…