TPS546C20A 35A PMBus Stackable Synchronous Buck Converter Evaluation Module
TPS546C20AEVM1-746
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Description

The TPS546C20AEVM1-PWR746 evaluation module (EVM) uses the TPS546C20A. The TPS546C20A is a voltage mode, 35A synchronous buck converter with integrated MOSFETs. Two seperated converters are included on the EVM, both providing a 0.9V output at up to 35A from a 12V input bus.

Features
  • Two seperated PMBUS-Enabled BUCK converters. 35A DC steady state Ouput current from each converter.
  • ±0.5% 0.6VREF Tolerance Over -40 to 125°C Junction Temperature
  • 0.35V to 1.65V Adjustable VREF for AVS and Marginnig through PMBUS
  • True Differential Remote Sense Amplifier
  • Programmable OCP, UVLO, OV, UV, OT thresholds. Interal Temperature Monitoring.

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TPS546C20A 35A PMBus Stackable Synchronous Buck Converter Evaluation Module

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User guides (1)
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PDF 14654 21 Jun 2016
More literature (1)
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PDF 38 02 Jan 2019

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Part Number Name Product Family
TPS546C20A  4.5V to 18V, 35A, 2X stackable synchronous buck converter w/ PMBus™, telemetry, ext. pin strapping  Step-down (buck) 

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