Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS799 , TLV713 , TPS731 Hello there,
I've been trying to spec an equivalent to the TPS73101 but I can't find anything that is cap-free (found the TPS799 and I'm wondering if that's the best option). Would you be able to…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS731 Hi
I simulated TPS731 using Webench of Japanese version in VIn=2.7 ~ 3.9V, Vout=1.2V, Iout=0.1A, Ta=100℃.
I couldn't simulate to become fixed Vout is 5V.
But in United States version, I cold simulate it.
My customer considers the use of TPS73101.
They calculate Vout drop with a rise in temperature when Vin=2.7 ~ 3.9V, Vout=1.2V, Iout =100mA.
But there isn't reference materials in datasheet.
Could you tell me the method of calculation it or give…
If you are operating at 4.5 V input and you need the highest output at 50 mA, then the LP3982 will get you there with just 20-30mV of headroom depending on the temperature. See these graphs in the LP3982 datasheet.
You may also want to try…
Part Number: TPS736 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS731 Hello guys,
One of my customers was going to use TPS73115 for their new product mass-productions.
But they knew it was difficult to prepare the device by their due date because TPS73115 lead time…
Dear John Cummings,
Thank you for your reply. I understand that TPS793 doesn't meet the requirements.
One of the reasons I considered the TPS793 was price.
I want to talk to a customer on TPS731.
Part Number: ADS1261 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMUX1511 , REF5050 , , TPS7A47 , TPS731 Dear Mr. Hall
Thank you for your help on this part in the past. As I've mentioned before, I've made some design errors on this project. After correcting…
Could you provide a scope shot and schematic for us to be able to help debug?
Please note that while TPS731 is stable without an output capacitor, the addition of an output capacitor and a feedforward capacitor will improve transient response…
TPS731 may be a good option for your application. I do not see information about which LT1761 you are currently using and LT1761 has three potential pinouts.
Please note that the parametric search found at ti.com/LDO is a great resource…