Part Number: TPS62200 Hi!
I made the mistake of mixing up the GND and EN pins of the TPS62200DBVR in my design, however the IC still works. It gets the "DCDC_EN" signal to its GND pin and the EN pin is directly connected to the GND plane as seen on the…
Part Number: TPS62200 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI , Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models My customer is investigating using TPS62200 for DCDC conversion. Unfortunately, we are unable to simulate the circuit. The SPICE model that is available…
Yes the TPS62080 and TPS62200 are also rated 6V parts.
These are some alternate 6V rated parts -
They can be used with the 4-cell NiMH batteries as well.
Is there some concern with the TPS62840 for your…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62200 , SWITCHERPRO , TINA-TI , TPS62740 , TPS62240 Hi, Could you tell me about TPS62200 webench simulation? Customer simulation was performed following conditions. ◇Vin=5V Vout=3.3V Iout=0.1A However, The following images are…
Thank you for the fast answer.
I have decided to switched from the TPS62200 to TPS62240 due to budget limitation (the 62240 cost less)
I have found on the net an application note describing a LED driver for the TPS62260 who is the same as…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62200 , TPS62240 My question is in the tittle.
I want to know what is the working of the TPS62200 for VI=0V to 2.5V? In my application, at start up, VI raised from 0 to 3.3V.
Thanks for the answer.
Looking at alternatives you suggested in SOT-23 I saw: http://www.ti.com/power-management/non-isolated-dc-dc-switching-regulators/step-down-buck/buck-converter-integrated-switch/products.html#p238min=1.5;4.5&p238max=5…