Part Number: TPS7A90 Hi,
Need a clarification on Functional Block diagram of TPS7A9001DSKT Device.
In the Block Diagram Input for Op-Amp is showing 0.889xVREF.
Is that Voltage is product of those two or only just VREF..? i can see VREF=0.8V from the electrical…
Part Number: TPS7A90 Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools I want to perform the simulation for TPS7A90/TPS7A9001DSKT using webench power design tool. when I enter the part number it shows part number doesn't recognized.
Part Number: TPS7A90 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models Hello teams.
I can't find the TINA-TI Spice model for TPA7A90.
My TINA-TI version is 188.8.131.528 SF-TI.
Can you provide the TINA-TI Spice model for…
Part Number: TPS7A90 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models Dear all,
I was following the step by step procedure to convert a Spice model in to TINA-TI model.
I got a syntax error while compiling the transient model…
Part Number: TPS7A90 I use a TPS7A90 IC to generate 5V from 5.25V. I did the schematics according to the datasheet. I soldered the circuit on the PCB, but instead of having 5V the output voltage is the same as the input voltage. I changed the IC, I modified…
Part Number: TPS7A90 Hello,
I have a question about PG pin hysteresis, V_HYS(PG).
For V_HYS(PG), only TYP value, 1%, is defined in the datasheet like the below.
Then are MIN and MAX values of this V_HYS(PG) available?
Here is the background of this…
Part Number: TPS7A90 Hi Team,
One of our customer requires below pin details of TPS7A9001DSKR. Can you please help with the same.
1) Maximum Rise time of EN pin .
2) Ø Input pin Capacitance (Cin) value of EN pin .
Regards, Shinu Mathew.
Part Number: TPS7A90 Hi
Our customer is comparing the competitor and TPS7A90 about load transient.
The transients specification of competitor is very fast such as 1.5us(time to ouput voltage settle) at Io=1~500mA/Co=4.7uF. As I can see at figure 30, the…
Part Number: TPS7A91 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS7A90 Dears:
Before design using TPS7A90 to generate 1.2V(Input is 1.8V), now plan to use TPS7A91 for using higer current.
Could TPS7A91 directly replace TPS7A90 in the before design?
Part Number: TPS7A90 I want to give 5V as input and get 1V as output and wants to draw a current of maximum 400mA.So is it practically advisable to drop 4V and draw 400mA.Will there be heating or other issue if done So.