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TPS652510EVM - 

Evaluation Module for High Current, Synchronous Step Down Three Buck Switcher, Input 4.5V to 16V

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Manufacturer Part No:
TPS652510EVM
Newark Part No.:
71T5473
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The TPS652510EVM is an Evaluation Module for evaluate the operation and performance of the TPS652510, a high current synchronous step down three buck switcher. The TPS652510 PMIC is designed to provide 3, 2 and 2A continuous outputs with an operational range of 4.5 to 16V and an externally set switching frequency ranging from 300kHz to 2.2MHz, with automatic PFM/PWM operation. When the PMIC is not fully loaded, buck1 can be loaded to 3.5A and buck 2 and 3 to 2.5A. Some modifications can be made to this module to test performance at different input and output voltages, current and frequency operation.
  • 0.8V, 1% Accuracy reference
  • Continuous loading 3A (buck1), 2A (buck2 and 3)
  • Maximum current 3.5A (buck 1), 2.5A (buck2 and 3)
  • Synchronous operation, 300kHz to 2.2MHz switching frequency set by external resistor
  • External enable pins with built-in current source for easy sequencing

Applications

Test & Measurement, Industrial

Product Information

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Texas Instruments
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TPS652510
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Power Management - Voltage Regulator
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Synchronous Buck Converter
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Eval Board TPS652510
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