Part Number: TPS715 Support Path: /Product/Production, ordering, and quality/Packaging information/ Hi,
My customer is asking for the UL-Certificate of TPS71525DCKR.
I can't find it online. Is it possible to get it?
Part Number: TPS715 Hi, Could you tell me about TPS715 protection and additional circuits? My customer is considering TPS715. During the evaluation,The output voltage appeared to the input side in Vin=open condition. I expected the parasitic diode of the internal…
Part Number: TPS715-Q1 Hi,
we need to clarify junction temp ranges.
On first page we say -40 to 125.
On page 3 we report -40 to 150 abs max.
On page 4 we have same range as recommended operating.
Can we work for example with 150 degrees C junction and…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS715 Hi,
I was reading the application of the TPS715 regulator and it said for optimal performance set the divider current at 1.5uA. I am limited in space to use large resistors and noise performance. Is it possible to…
I'm a bit confused here. Are you asking us to evaluate your analysis?
Abs max for TPS715 is spec'd at Tj = 150C. Are you referring to a competitor's part when you say abs max 125C?
Part Number: TPS71501-EP Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS7A25 , TPS715 Добрый день,
У нас есть задача построить узел, который бы мог генерировать с платы в кабель ток определенных значений. Генерируемый ток будет вызывать падение напряжения на резисторах…
Part Number: LP2992 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS715 What is the over temperature shutdown point and tolerance for the LP2992 and TPS715?
The LP2992 mentions over temperature shutdown feature, however, it does not exactly mention shutdown point…
We do not have a drawing available of the landing pattern for the SC70-3 package. We are looking into getting that made.
However, the datasheet for the TPS715 has the suggested landing pattern for the SC70-5 package, which is the same size with…
Part Number: TPS7A49 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS715 Hi,
My customer has a question.
I am checking whether the rise and fall times of the IC are correct.
Are the following rise and fall times appropriate?