Part Number: TPS562207 I have a new prototype design with 3 samples built.
The design is required to produce 5V output from this buck converter and I have fitted the following components:
R1=47k, R2=240k, 0.1u Feed forward cap,10u input cap, 22u output…
Part Number: TPS562207S
I would like to know what happen if the TPS562207S buck converter exceeds the maximum duty cycle (80%).
The values I designed are: VIN = 5V (4.7V to 5.45V), RFBT = 47K, RFBB = 10K, VOUT = 4.58V.
In this case, the duty cycle…
Part Number: TPS562207S Dear technical support,
I have a design where I would like to use the TPS562207S buck-converter.
The buck-converter is supposed to output 5 Volts and is being driven by a voltage source that can drop to as low as 6 Volts. From…
Part Number: TPS562207 Dear Power management team
I’m trying to perform the following simulation:
Im having 2 main problems with it,
When you look at the voltage divider at the right you will see that the division is very odd, the voltage…
Part Number: TPS562207
Hello, My customer is facing long lead time issue about TPS562207. They can get TPS562207S instead somehow.
At current their design, can they just replace TPS562207 by TPS562207S with no modifications and with no risks? …
Part Number: TPS562207 HI team,
I understand DCDC converters with DCAP has comparator with 7V Vcc, so output voltage is limited by under 7V. Please help the following questions.
1. In case customer set resistor divider to typical 7.0V, due to variation…
Part Number: TPS562207 Hi team,
Most of our DCDC with DCAP control are able to generate <7V. Do you have any documents or resources which explain about the limitation of output voltage?
Part Number: TPS562207S Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62122 , , TPS62901 , LM2621 Hi,
using TPS 62122 quite a while in an application, where VIN might vary from 2V - 12V, required VOUT is 2.3 - 3.6V - or whatever VIN does deliver (pass through); current…