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TPS65680: Alternative part for LT4380

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Part Number: TPS65680

Hi Team,

Could you advise me on an alternative part for LT4380? P2P solution? OCP/ OVP/ Surge Protect/ Reverse Voltage Protect

Vin 5.5 - 65V, 20A

Thanks

  • Also, could you please tell me how's the difference between ours and those in lists? Thanks

  • In reply to Danny Cheng1:

    Hi team,

    would like to follow up on this.

    Thanks!!

  • In reply to Danny Cheng1:

    Hello Danny,

    I looked up LT4380 online and the only device I found for this search was LTC4380 (not LT4380) and this device is some kind surge protector which is very different from TPS65680 that you mentioned in your post. So I think we are talking two devices that totally different.

    Are you sure you have correct part numbers?

    Kind Regards,

    Liaqat

  • In reply to Liaqat Khan:

    HI Liaqat,

    It should be LTC4380, you are right.

    Well, I just chose a TI part number to connect with technical support team with the same technical field background, like you.

    COuld you advise me one from the part number LTC4380, and the requirement I mentioned before.

    THanks!

  • In reply to Danny Cheng1:

    Hi Team,

    I'd like to follow up on this!

  • In reply to Danny Cheng1:

    Hi Danny,

    Since you mentioned TPS65680 device in your thread, this E2E query got routed to CPP product line and we do not have any device similar to LTC4380 in our product line. I also searched ti.com and and was unable to find a similar device but that does not mean that one does not exist.

    I would suggest to create a new e2e thread without mentioning a specific TI part number so that, instead of going to a specific product line, your query goes to our support members who may be more familiar with overall TI portfolio.

    Kind Regards,

    Liaqat

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