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TPS54560: Compensation Circuit for Varied Voltage output, Varied voltage inputs and a 1-5A operating current.

Part Number: TPS54560

Hello TI,

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We need to do a bit of a redesign that requires a higher inductance. Our device would be sometimes operating at low to high currents. 1-5A , and different voltage ranges e.g. Vout = 5-48V with VIN = 50V/60V. In order to design the compensation properly what needs to be considered? 

Should we design the compensation for the highest VIN and maximum Vout with lowest current? Please advise. 

What may be the implications of having a varied output but a constant compensation circuit?