LP87322E-Q1 Dual High-Current Buck Converters and Dual Linear Regulator Evaluation Module

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Description

The LP87321Q1EVM demonstrates the integrated circuit LP87332E-Q1 from Texas Instruments. The LP87332E-Q1 has two high-performance step-down converters and two LDOs, designed to meet the power management requirements of the latest applications processors in automotive applications. The LP87332E-Q1 is capable of driving up to 3A+3A of load current with excellent combination of solution size and efficiency. The device is controlled via a PC and the supplied GUI. This EVM is I2C configurable, it can be programed to emulate any other OTP configuration.

Features
  • Software Controller
  • USB-TO-I²C interface supports 3.4 MHz clock rate on the I²C bus
  • Versatile GUI:  Output current measurement and status indicators
  • Console application allows running scripts. Application can execute user specified scripts.
  • Convenient test points for all I/O’s

What's Included

  • AE1450-ND Cable


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LP87321Q1EVM:
Dual High-Current Buck Converters and Dual Linear Regulator Evaluation Module

$199.00(USD)


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User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 1494 22 Jun 2017 273

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TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
LP87322E-Q1  Dual Buck Converters and Dual Linear Regulators for TDA3x Processors  Power management 
LP87322F-Q1  Dual Buck Converters and Dual Linear Regulators for TDA3x Processors  Power management 

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