Part Number: TPS61088-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS61088 Hello, I'm designing the COMP network using the datasheet formulas.
After choosing the frequency crossover as reccomended to calculate the value of R5, C5 and C8, how can i calculate…
Part Number: TPS61088-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS61088 Dear all,
i've designed the converter for: - 3.3 Vin
- 5.3 Vout
when it turns on with no load we see an input current of 40mA.
We notice also that the input current depends on voltage…
Part Number: TPS61088-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS61378-Q1 Hi,
Customer is evaluating TPS61088-Q1 vs TPS61378QWRTERQ1 for a Automotive TCU application.
TPS61088-Q1 seems to be a better fit as it has higher switch current, I can also use Webench…
For the condition reported ,the conduction mode change from Boost DCM to Boost CCM occurs at iout close to 0.24 A.
Hence non-linearity is expected at output current of 0.24A.
Thanks and Regards,
Part Number: TPS61088-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS61088 Hi Team,
My customer now use TPS61088-Q1 EVM to test the performance of TPS61088.
They use TPS61088-Q1 boost 3V to 9V. The load current is total nealy 250mA, the load peak current is 300mA…
Part Number: TPS61088-Q1 Hi team,
Is it OK to connect the SS pin ground to PGND instead of AGND? Considering the pattern layout, the ground plane can be designed more simply by connecting to PGND.
The data sheet is as follows: Typical application External…
For the TPS61088-Q1 in 5V output condition, if the layout is good.Noise is not an issue.
You can refer to the TI design PMP9778 and AN slva790 for a reference. TPS61088 and TPS61088-Q1 have the same EMI performance.
Part Number: TPS61088-Q1 Hello team,
The COMP pin is the output of the internal error amplifier. An external compensation network comprised of resister R5, ceramic capacitors C5 and C8 is connected to the COMP pin.
Please advise on the formula to calculate…
Part Number: TPS61088-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS61088 Hi Helen,
When selecting an input capacitor, is there a relationship with the inductor? Do you care about the capacitance of a capacitor? Or ESR?
Would you please advice?