DC/DC switching regulators
Industry-leading DC/DC conversion for any application
Switching regulators are the most efficient way to convert one DC/DC voltage to another. And across all non-isolated DC/DC topologies – buck, boost, buck/boost, and inverting – TI helps you innovate and differentiate your power supply design with the industry’s largest and most diverse selection of power modules, converters, and controllers.
What are you trying to do with your input voltage?
For almost any given input voltage and output current, TI has a DC/DC regulator to meet your design requirements. And for most conversions, TI also offers a choice of regulator types, from flexible DC/DC controllers to highly-integrated DC/DC power modules.
Browse by key design characteristic
TI features DC/DC switching regulator device portfolios and training content libraries specifically tailored to address common design challenges. Click below to discover the converters, controllers, power modules, and technical documentation that you need to satisfy your unique system requirements.
Wide VIN devices feature a maximum input voltage of greater than 30V and are typically deployed in nominal 12V, 24V, and 48V systems where high input voltage transients are common.
Switching regulators with ultra-low standby quiescent current increase light-load efficiency and extend battery life in portable and battery-operated applications.
High power density
Highlighted by the SWIFT and Power Module portfolios, these highly-integrated regulators feature high output current capability in compact, thermally-enhanced packaging
Your digital core craves an efficient power supply. Find the latest and greatest switching converters, controllers, and modules to power every rail of your FPGA or processor.
Featured DC/DC switching regulator resources
Peruse the TI library of switching regulator application notes, selection guides, and white papers.
Fully tested reference designs and test reports to help kick-start your design process.
Search for any suppliers' switching regulators to find similar TI devices.
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