TPS7A4700 Evaluation Module

(ACTIVE) TPS7A4700EVM-094

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Description

The Texas Instruments TPS7A4700EVM-094 evaluation module (EVM) is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TPS7A4700 Low-Dropout Regulator (LDO). The LDO can be evaluated at any of its pin-strap selectable output voltages that range from 1.4V to 18V in 100mV increments. The EVM circuit is configured to be a reference design for engineering applications requiring power to dynamic loads of up to 1A, at low dropout voltages. Connectors and test points are provided for convenience. Selection of the output voltage is accomplished by jumpering the pins of a header provided on board.

Features
  • Input Voltage Range: +3V to +36V
  • Programmable, Pin-Strap Output Voltage from +1.4V to +20.5V
  • Low Dropout: 307mV at 1A
  • 4.17┬ÁVRMS (10Hz, 100KHz)
  • Ripple Rejection: >55dB (10Hz, 10MHz)
  • Built in fixed current limit & thermal shutdown
  • CMOS Logic Level Compatible Enable Pin
  • Maximum Output Current of 1A

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TPS7A4700EVM-094:
TPS7A4700 Evaluation Module

$20.00(USD)




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Technical Documents
User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 2388 02 Aug 2013 1,273

TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
TPS7A33  Vin -3V to -36V, -1A, Ultra-Low Noise, High PSRR, Low-Dropout Linear Regulator  Linear Regulator (LDO) 
TPS7A47  36-V, 1-A, 4.17-╬╝VRMS, RF LDO Voltage Regulator  Linear Regulator (LDO) 

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