Part Number: TPS562209 hello,
Our customer needs to know the propagation delay time from EN=High to VOUT start to raising as shown in below "t_delay" time as shown in attached file. He also needs to know the tolerance.
Part Number: TPS562209 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS562201 Team,
we observed a high power consumption of the converter (12mA) at no load (Vout=4V; Vin=7V). We'd expect max 1mA.
Can you advise if the schematic is fine?
We can take into account…
Part Number: TPS562209 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS562201 , Hi Ti
We design TPS562201 circuit as follows. Voltage waveforms are normal.
Vin（CH1） vs Vout（CH2)
EN（CH1） vs Vout（CH2）
When we changed to TPS562209
VIN (CH2) does not turn off at…
Part Number: TPS562209 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TLV62569 Customer wants to use integrated TPS562209 for 5V Vin, 3.8V Vout, with 2A Iout. However, the maximum recommended operating duty cycle is 65%. Could you help suggest any other similar part…
Part Number: TPS562209 Customer tested the bode plot of TPS562209, and the phase margin is too low.
[Conditions] (injection resistor=50 ohm, injection voltage =400mv)
The initial schematic is as below, with the R60 removed, R61 changed to…
Part Number: TPS562209 Hi, Could you tell me about Ivin spec of electrical characteristics? IVIN is the current consumed by the device itself. Is this understanding correct?
When measured VIN current using EVM under no load conditions, the input current was…
Part Number: TPS562209 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS562208 , , TPS562201 Hi Team
When the inductance is too low, high side mode will always turn on and low side MOS always turn off , and this time , Vin will equal Vout
Part Number: TPS562208 What is the difference between the TPS56x208 and TPS56x209? (other than a small difference in frequency and quiescent current) One says forced PWM, but they both say continuous conduction mode. I will be operating between 100 and…
Part Number: TPS562209 Hi team,
The datasheet of TPS562209 in page 13 says to improve efficiency at very light loads consider using larger value resistors, too high of resistance will be more susceptible to noise and voltage errors from the VFB input current…