Part Number: TPS709 Hello,
I'm using a TPS70933DBVR with the suggested layout. Pin 3 (EN) is left floating. When I apply 8 V to Vin the LDO stays disabled. It is the same with higher and lower voltages.
When I connect the probe of the oscilloscope…
Part Number: TPS709 Hi team, Can ENpin be used floating? According to the datasheet, it said ENpin has an internal pull-up. However, there is no description in the Functional Block Diagram. Sincerely. Kengo.
Part Number: TPS709 Our customer has a 433MHz personnel label product, which is powered by battery. It needs regulated 3.0V to power the RF receiver. We know that the static power consumption of this IC is very low, and the power consumption is more suitable…
Part Number: TPS709-Q1 Hello,
We are using the TPS70950QDBVRQ1 in the product.
Is there any information of using in TJ>125C , the 5V accuracy will become ? percentage ? (Ex: Vin - 5V curve / Output current - 5V curve)
the datasheet's feature shows…
Part Number: TPS709 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS7A24 , TPS715A-NM , TLV701 , TLV704 Hi,
I'm hoping to use the 1.8 Volt version of TPS709 is a "phantom" powered application with an output load current of less then 5uA. The challenge is that the input…
Part Number: TPS709-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS7B88-Q1 , TPS7B82-Q1 Hi Team,
There is a good new that we could DIN TI product!
Customer is looking for the replacement of NCV4276C
Please help suggest TI solution, THX
Part Number: TPS709 Dear Power management team,
My customer is working on BMS for E-scooter. In the design, they used our TPS70933QDBVRQ1 which the lead time of the device is too long (>35 weeks). The customer is rush in their MP schedule, can you help…
Part Number: TPS709 Dear Expert .
Our customer use the TPS70950 in their application, they test the input current and found it is 250uA without the load , does it correct?
Here is the schematic
Please confirm it , Thanks .
Part Number: TPS709 Hi support team,
It is said that it is okay to connect the NC terminal to another net, but is it okay to supply 28V?
Please let me know if you have Absolute Maximum Ratings or Recommended Operating Conditions.