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TPS65917-Q1: how to select sub-P/N?

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Part Number: TPS65917-Q1

Hi,

TPS65917-Q1 have some sub-P/N,but these have no description about different between these P/N in datasheet。so,can you tell me how to select sub-P/N?thanks

tps65917-q1.pdf

  • Hello,

    To select a sub-P/N you can use section 2 Device Versions in the user's guides below depending on what processor you plan on using.

    TPS65919-Q1 and TPS65917-Q1 User's Guide to Power DRA78x, and TDA3x (Rev. E): www.ti.com/.../slvuas4
    TPS65917-Q1 User’s Guide to Power DRA7xx and TDA2x/TDA2Ex (Rev. F) : www.ti.com/.../slvuaj1
    TPS65919-Q1 and TPS65917-Q1 User's Guide to Power DRA71x, DRA79x, and TDA2E-17 (Rev. E): www.ti.com/.../slvuax9
    LP87565C-Q1 and TPS65917-Q1 User’s Guide to Power DRA7xxP and TDA2Pxx (Rev. A): www.ti.com/.../slvubc8

    I hope this helps, and please reach out if you have any further questions.

    Thank you,

    Jadyn
  • In reply to Jadyn:

    I Had select TPS5917-Q1。but in datasheet the P/N is O917A130TRGZRQ1/O917A131TRGZRQ1/O917A132TRGZRQ1.....,I mean i dont konw how to select betwen these(O917A130TRGZRQ1/O917A131TRGZRQ1/O917A132TRGZRQ1.....)。
  • In reply to Jadyn:

    I Had select TPS5917-Q1。but in datasheet the P/N is O917A130TRGZRQ1/O917A131TRGZRQ1/O917A132TRGZRQ1.....,I mean i dont konw how to select betwen these(O917A130TRGZRQ1/O917A131TRGZRQ1/O917A132TRGZRQ1.....)。
  • In reply to user6052343:

    Hi,

    Yes you have selected the TPS65917-Q1 PMIC but the P/N you will choose from depends on what processer you are trying to power with the device. Depending on the processor you will want to look at that specific user's guide and find what part number to choose. The reason there are multiple options is because TPS65917-Q1 is one time programmable (OTP) so you will want the proper OTP that works for the selected processor.

    Thank you,

    Jadyn

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