Part Number: TPS92692 Hi TI Team,
Need to Pass CISPR25 Class 4 in conducted emission test for the TPS92692 IC.
I build a SEPIC converter to drive LED with TPS92692Q1. (refer to EVM schematic)
Input voltage =8~18V
LED = 4LED in series (VF=3.1~3.6V) ILED…
Part Number: TPS92692-Q1 Hi, looking for a backlight driver for my application were the input voltage is 24V and the output is about 55V/0.55mA, I came up with this device TPS92692-Q1.
Looking at TI web site it looks quite promising solution, as Vout_MAX…
Part Number: TPS92692-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS92692 hello, i have one question about the TPS92692 ,
When i use the TPS92692 buck boost cc MODE, I test the LED output current wave .
i did not use the PWM dimming.
LED output current wave as…
Part Number: TPS92692 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS92691
I have inherited a TPS92692 design based on the TPS92691-BUCK topology. The TPS92692 datasheet does not claim to support the BUCK-only topology where the RCs is on the low-side. The datasheet…
Part Number: TPS92692 Team,
Can you please help address this question from my customer:
Row 63 of the TPS92692_Boost_Design_Calculator recommends a minimum of 49.9k Ohm resistor when connecting IADJ to VREF.
Can someone explain the reasoning behind that…
Part Number: TPS92692-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS92692 hello,i have one question about the BUCK BOOST circuit of the tps92692
i would like to know What role does the PNP transistor in the picture play?why add this PNP transistor?
You did not answer my question. I asked whether you are using our PSpice model that we have provided on our website u der design tools and simulation:
TPS92692 data sheet, product information and support | TI.com
That's where we have a model in…