Part Number: TPS561208
We use a TPS561208 to convert 12V power supply into 5V output and further down to 3.3V ouput with LDO to power the MCU.
At the same time, we have another power source coming from USB and the requirement is to power the…
So expected behaviour is higher switch node ringing with higher load, right ?
And I'm guessing the ringing would be similar between TPS561201 and TPS561208 even with the pulse skipping low load region in TPS561201 .
Also would you recommend operating…
Part Number: TPS561208 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS563202EVM Hi,
on the SPEC in section 10.1 it is recommended not to route the switching under the device. can help to elaborate more why it is not recommended?
in my design i've routed it beneath…
Only TPS561208 is available in my circuit. I mean there is no other unit. I'm just trying this circuit. Maybe the TPS561208 IC is broken, so I changed it and tried it again, if you mean it. The result is always the same.
Part Number: TPS561208 Dear TI Team,
We designed PCB as per your reference circuit for part number TPS561208 DC DC. We applied input 12V but we got variable output. I have attached schematic of circuit. Please see the below attached file and help us…
Part Number: TPS561208 I have a unit that appeared to be sensitive to input ripple voltage and would catastrophically literally burn up. I have been investigating to find a root cause of why that might occur. I moved on to another unit in the design and…
Part Number: TPS561208 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS54320 , Our end customer asked to relay a question. They used the TPS54320 on a previous design, and like the TPS561208, the absolute input voltage is 2-3 volts above the recommended maximum of…
Part Number: TPS561208 Hello Guys,
Our customer could not find the absolute maximum ripple voltage rating for the TPS561208DDCR. The example in the datasheet used a value of 400 mV, but they have observed a ripple voltage on a supply feeding…
Part Number: TPS561208 Dear Texas ,
Tps561208 Dc-Dc am using , to generate 3.3vdc in my Schematic for Microcontroller.
Can i use it to convert from 12v to 3.3vdc ?
Or shall i use 12v-5v as Tps561208 and than using LDO 5v to 3.3vdc ?
Part Number: TPS561208 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS54308 Is there a footprint compatible part that I can power from a 24V supply rail that is fixed frequency (non frequency changing at light loads).