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TPS23882B: What the difference from TPS23882 and TPS23882B?

Part Number: TPS23882B
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS23881, TPS23882

Dear Team,


Our customer is searching for the available source to but TPS23881 and TPS23882, then he found “TPS23882B”.


Which is this? Does it p2p alternative to current TPS23882?

What the difference from TPS23882 and TPS23882B?

Does it can also work under FirmPSE architecture?


Many Thanks,


  • Hi Jimmy,

    882B1 is p-p with 882; the only difference is that 882B1 has autonomous mode and does NOT need SRAM patches to be compliant to the standard. So essentially 882B1 can directly replace an 882 as long as you don't try to load the 882 SRAM patches to it.

    Yes 882B1 can work with FirmPSE. It still has the same register set as 882 and 881. Thanks!