Part Number: TPS65400-Q1 i'm trying to verify/set the design parameters for a set of voltage rails:
3.3v at .3a
1.2v at 2.5a
1.8v at .5a
2.5v at 0.1a
when i try to set the switching freq to 2.1mhz, it accepts this value, but when it recalc's the data…
Part Number: TPS65400-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS65400 To trigger PGOOD err, the EN pin on TPS65400Q1 (pin 28) was shorted to the ground. Reaction and timeout are fine, but when the power cycle is made while the EN pin is still shorted to the…
Part Number: TPS65400-Q1 Hi,
We want to perform simulations of efficiency, power dissipation and ripple with 1 MHZ switching frequency. The model in WEBENCH is with a set frequency of 500 khz.
Which one of the models (TINA\SPICE) can we use for this simulations…
Part Number: TPS65400-Q1
I have question about Compensation Calculation. 1. Could you tell me each unit for items(F, R, C, Gm, Gmps) in equation? 2. In Figure 17, there is not Cff. C1 is Cff? 3. From user's guide Figure 2-1, the compensation…
Part Number: TPS65400-Q1
I'm from the Lidar group in Intel.
PMIC Power esimations.xlsx
We have a real concern regarding the power dissipation of this PMIC.
Our maximum ratings are as following:
- 2 rails of 4A each, 1 rail of 2 A and one rail…
Part Number: TPS65400-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS65400 Hi,
Good Day. I have a customer who wants to know if the pin17 "PGOOD" of the output of the TPS65400-Q1 is a open drain?
He needs to connect it in a wired and with other power…
Part Number: TPS65400-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS54331 , TPS54231 , TPS54335A , TPS560430-Q1 Hi,
AEC Grade 1 means the ambient temperature is -40 to 125°C.
So the operating junction temperature should be above 125°C due to the power dissipation…
Part Number: TPS65400-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS65279 , LM61460 , LM62460-Q1 , TPS7H4010-SEP Hello,
I've been shopping for a while trying to identify the best buck regulators for a design that will have:
14V < Vin < 18V
Vout1 = 12V…
Part Number: TPS65400-Q1Tps65400-q1: Is the factory NVM data in the IC I purchased on the official website the same as the NVM data in the PMIC of the Demo development board I purchased?By what means, is it the same?
Part Number: TPS65400-Q1 i'm trying to work out the comp loop values using the web based power designer. the tool seems to get stuck on L values (very narrow range), and i don't trust the loop comp values as a result. if i look at the equations…