TI offers a comprehensive portfolio of load switches which enable distribution and power protection ON and OFF the board.
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Learn more about what load switches are, why you need them and how to choose the right one.
From consumer electronics to automotive solutions, TI has ideal load switches and reference designs for faster design time.
Integrated load switches from the TPS229xx family are integrated electronic relays used to turn on and turn off power rails. Most basic load switches consist of four pins: input voltage, output voltage, enable, and ground. Shown below is a block diagram of a basic load switch.
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Texas Instruments Load Switches can be used for a variety of applications from power savings to power distribution and power sequencing. Additionally, integration will reduce overall BOM count and solution size, as well as adding additional protection features such as Quick Output Discharge, Reverse Current Protection, and Current Limiting.
Integrated load switches are electronic relays that can be used to turn on and turn off power supply rails in systems.(PDF, 188KB)