TPS7B82-Q1 (ACTIVE) Automotive 300-mA high-voltage ultra-low-IQ low-dropout (LDO) linear regulator

 

Models (5)

Title Category Type Date
TPS7B8xQDRVRQ1 PSPICE Model IBIS Model ZIP 25 Jul 2019
TPS7B8233-Q1 PSpice Transient Model PSpice Model ZIP 25 Jul 2018
TPS7B8233-Q1 Unencrypted PSpice Transient Model PSpice Model ZIP 25 Jul 2018
TPS7B8250-Q1 PSpice Transient Model PSpice Model ZIP 10 Aug 2017
TPS7B8250-Q1 Unencrypted PSpice Transient Model PSpice Model ZIP 10 Aug 2017

Design kits & evaluation modules (2)

Reference designs

Automotive Bluetooth® Low Energy car access satellite node reference design

This reference design is intended for Passive Entry Passive Start (PEPS) car access systems that utilize Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) technology to determine the location of a key fob. The design exhibits how a vehicle BLE satellite node can be implemented to calculate the angle of arrival (AoA (...)

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Thermal calculator

Estimate the LDO IC temperature at your design conditions:
Part number
    Range
Vin  V
Vout  V
Iout  A
Ambient temp  °C
Package option
Voltage option
PCB construction
Enhanced Thermal = single thermal spreading plane of 1 oz Cu
Minimum Thermal = single thermal spreading plane of 1/2 oz Cu
View the user guide for more details.

Junction temperature vs. PCB copper coverage area
These are estimated power dissipation and thermal results.
Care must be taken to ensure that device junction temperature
does not exeed the maximum ratings as indicated in the datasheet.

This calculator uses the PCB copper area to estimate the device junction temperature. See notes on usage and calculation method.