Part Number: TPS62801 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62802 , TPS62807 Hi team,
Customer is using TPS62801 -> 1V/15mA, TPS62802 -> 1.8V/15mA, input is Li-battery, 3V ~ 4.4V. Since their current output is very small, so they wander if they could use…
Part Number: TPS62801 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62802 Can you share me the expected values of below parameters for TPS62801 and TPS62802 ?
1. TON and TOFF.
2. Duty Cycle.
3. Ripple Frequency and Ripple Voltage range.
Part Number: TPS62801 Hi Team,
My customer just want VSEL pin and not want Mode. Can the Mode pin be disabled or Customize only the function of the VSEL pin ? If possible, how can we
disable Mode pin?
His project is headphone and want a buck chip. If…
Part Number: TPS62801 Hi, TPS62801 support team.
I would like to know the relation between "Operating Junction Temperature of Absolute Maximum Rating and Thermal Shutdown Temperature.
When comparing the above data, Thermal Shutdown threshold is…
Part Number: TPS62801 Hi,
I need to use TPS62801 at input voltage 1.8V typical +/-5% and VOUT=1.1V
TPS62801 is not able to have input voltage below 1.8V. I don't find any other reference.
What parameter is not guarantee at 1.7V input voltage ?
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS62801 , TPS546D24 , TPS62821 , TPS62825 Hello Support team,
Do you have any option for supporting Vout range from 1.6 to 1.75V with TPS6280x family?
Do you have any option supporitng to set more fine step Vout, like 0.25V…
Part Number: TPS62801 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI I'm looking for simulation models for TPS62801.
Encrypted models for PSpice are available, but I don't have a licence for that. I can see that unencrypted models might not be available…
Part Number: TPS62801
TPS62801 VSEL/MODE pin is multi function
We can use external resistor to select output voltage(16 selectable Vout).
After power up (VSEL→MODE), the pin is configured as an input for Mode Selection.
Low level at this…
Part Number: TPS62801 The TPS62801 datasheet states an effective output capacitance of up to 26uF. Is this referring to the nominal value of the output cap or should I be derating the output cap for DC Bias and other similar effects first?