TPS63810 high-efficiency, high output current, I²C controlled, buck-boost converter EVM
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The TPS63810EVM is designed to help the users easily evaluate and test the operation and functionality of the TPS63810 buck-boost converter. The EVM operates from input voltage between 2.2 V and 5.5 V, and can output voltage from 1.825 V to 5 V, with output current up to 2.5 A in buck mode and up to 2 A in boost mode. Parameters such as output voltage, power save mode, slew rate and mode of the voltage ramping can be programmed via I²C interface.

  • Real buck, boost and buck-boost operation with automatic mode transition
  • I²C interface
  • High efficiency from 500-µA to 2.5-A output current
  • 13-μA typical supply current
  • True shutdown function with load disconnect and active output discharge
  • User selectable power save mode

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TPS63810 high-efficiency, high output current, I²C controlled, buck-boost converter evaluation module


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PDF 2882 16 Oct 2019
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PDF 73 17 Apr 2020

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Part Number Name Product Family
TPS63810  2.5-A high-efficient buck-boost converter with I²C interface for dynamic voltage scaling  Buck-boost & inverting regulators 

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