Evaluation Module For Buck-Boost Charge Pump REG710-5

(ACTIVE) REG710EVM-5

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Description

The REG710EVM-5 is an evaluation tool for the 30mA buck-boost charge pump in SOT23-5 package. With an input voltage in the range of 2.7V to 5.5V, it delivers a regulated output voltage of 5V with up to 30mA of output current.

Specifications

  • Input Voltage: 2.7V to 5.5V
  • Ouput Voltage: 5.0V +/- 6%
  • Output Current: up to 30mA
  • Enable Input

Features

The REG710EVM-5 can also be used to evaluate the other devices of the REG710 family. The only change that is required is to replace the REG710-5 with the appropriate device. There is also an EVM for the REG710-3.3 available. The REG710-2.5, REG710-2.7, REG710-3 and REG710-3.3 work from an input voltage in the range of 1.8V to 5.5V.


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REG710EVM-5:
Evaluation Module For Buck-Boost Charge Pump REG710-5

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User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 49 14 Nov 2001 51

TI Devices (5)

Part Number Name Product Family
REG710-25  30-mA Switched-Cap DC-DC Converter with fixed 2.5-V Output  Buck/Boost, Inverting or Split-Rail 
REG710-27  30-mA Switched-Cap DC-DC Converter with fixed 2.7-V Output  Buck/Boost, Inverting or Split-Rail 
REG710-3  30-mA Switched-Cap DC-DC Converter with fixed 3-V Output  Buck/Boost, Inverting or Split-Rail 
REG710-33  30-mA Switched-Cap DC-DC Converter with fixed 3.3-V Output  Buck/Boost, Inverting or Split-Rail 
REG710-5  30-mA Switched-Cap DC-DC Converter with fixed 5-V Output  Buck/Boost, Inverting or Split-Rail 

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