TPS74801 LDO Linear Regulator Evaluation Module

(ACTIVE) TPS74801EVM-177

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Description

The TPS74801EVM-177 evaluation module facilitates evaluation of the TPS74801 low-dropout linear regulator IC.

These regulators require a low-power bias voltage, VBIAS, and a power input voltage, VIN. The regulator is capable of providing output voltages down to 0.8;V and has an integrated supervisory circuit with open-drain output that goes to high impedance when the output voltage reaches regulation (power good or PG). The TPS74801 can provide up to 1.5A of DC current.

Features
  • Ultra-Low VIN and VOUT Range: 0.8 V to 5.5 V
  • VBIAS Range 2.7 V to 5.5 V
  • Low Dropout: 60 mV typ at 1.5 A, VBIAS = 5 V
  • Power Good (PG) Output Allows Supply Monitoring or Provides a Sequencing Signal for Other Supplies
  • 2% Accuracy Over Line/Load/Temperature Programmable Soft-Start Provides Linear Voltage Startup
  • VBIAS Permits Low VIN Operation with Good Transient Response
  • Stable with Any Output Capacitor ≥ 2.2 µF
  • Available in a Small 3 mm x 3 mm x 1 mm SON-10 Package

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TPS74801EVM-177:
TPS78401 Low-Dropout Linear Regulator Evaluation Module

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Datasheet (1)
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PDF 2176 10 Mar 2017
User guides (1)
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PDF 214 04 Dec 2007 13

TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
TPS74801  Single Output LDO, 1.5A, Adj. (0.8 to 3.6V), Programmable Soft-Start  Power management 

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