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TPS62356: I want a 3A DC/DC with I2C to control the output current like NCP6343.

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Part Number: TPS62356

Hi,

     I need a DC/DC with I2C to control the output current . 

    But TPS62356 current is too small I need 3A like NCP6343.

  Could you help?

  • Hello,

    I suggest you take a look at these two TI products, that might fit more your application : TPS65263 / TPS65263-Q1

    They share some common features. To help you better, can you share what would be your application?

    Thank you for reaching out to us!

    Regards,

    Dorian

      

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    TPS62147 – New 17Vin, 2A buck with forced-PWM option for low output ripple.
    1% accuracy over temperature, 0.8V to 12Vout, pin-compatible to 4A (TPS62136), for industrial applications.

  • In reply to Dorian Brillet de Cande:

    Hi Dorian,
    TPS65263 is 3 channel but i only need one channel.
    My application is to reduce power consumption, when the system is low power mode i will reduce the current.

    Tks.
  • In reply to user4215035:

    Hello,

    Sure! Then the TPS6236x family is a better fit to your application.

    Can you have a look at these?  as well as the TPS62366x?     

    Thank you.

    Regards,

    Dorian

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    TPS62147 – New 17Vin, 2A buck with forced-PWM option for low output ripple.
    1% accuracy over temperature, 0.8V to 12Vout, pin-compatible to 4A (TPS62136), for industrial applications.

  • In reply to Dorian Brillet de Cande:

    Dorian,
    TPS62366 seems to be good for me.
    I will evaluate it.

    Thank you so much.

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