Part Number: TPS62177 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62175 , We'd like to use the TPS62177 as a drop in replacement for the TPS62175. To make it as simple as possible, we'd like to leave the circuit for the TPS62175 in place, so FB would remain connected…
Part Number: TPS62177 Hi
Please Provide me the Updated Full Material Declarations for the part TPS62177DQC as per the PCN 20210713001.1
The Material Content sheet of TI website having the MD for TPS62177DQC , but not sure whether it is updated MD as per…
Part Number: TPS62177 Dir Sir or Madam,
on my board i use the TPS62177 and a STM32 Microcontroller.
I use the PowerGood of the TPS62177 to reset the µC.
The µC needs a minimum reset time of 300ns to reset correctly.
Unfortunately there is no…
Part Number: TPS62177 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62175 , TPS62745 , TPS62122 Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools Hi,
We have simulated the the TPS62177 the results for our requirements.
Please find the attachments.
Our circuit uses the Current…
Part Number: TPS62177 I am using the TPS62177 in a design where the input voltage is 24 VDC from a regulated power adapter (meanwell GS220A24). The maximum output current is about 250 mA @ 3.3V. I've used the standard design and component values from…
Part Number: TPS62177 Hello, I am having trouble with TPS62177 .
Input voltage 12V, output 3.3V, R12 not soldered. And although the output voltage is 3.309V there is no PG signal. The voltage on the PG (7) leg is 3.3V and the transistor VT1 is closed. This…
Part Number: TPS62177 Hi Team, we have a customer asking for assistance on how to proceed with the Altium Designer Mixed Simulation.
We are hoping for your assistance to support them.
Thank you very much.
Part Number: TPS62177
The use case is:
TPS62177 is powered off as there are no VIN source. However an other power source provide 3.3V to the TPS62177 SW and VOS pins (see pink arrow on picture below). I assume that the SW output and VOS input are…
Part Number: TPS62177 Hi,
I am using TPS62177 switcher in my design. The maximum load current is around 100mA. Is there a requirement to add snubber circuitry at the switching node for EMI/EMC considerations?
Part Number: TPS62177 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62175 Hello Team,
is it possible to get a little higher Vout like 3.5V instead of 3.3V with the TPS62177 by connecting an R-divider from Vout to the Vos-pin?
Thanks and Best Regards,