SLVAE36A September   2018  – July 2021 LM43600 , LM43601 , LM46001 , LM46002 , LM5160A , LM5161 , LM5165 , LM5166 , LM61460-Q1 , LM73605 , LM73605-Q1 , LM73606-Q1 , LM76003 , LMR33620 , LMR33630 , LMR36006 , LMR36015 , LMZ36002 , LMZM23600 , LMZM23601 , LMZM33602 , LMZM33603 , LMZM33606 , TPS54218 , TPS54360B , TPS54418 , TPS54424 , TPS54560B , TPS54618 , TPS55010 , TPS62148 , TPS62821 , TPS62822 , TPS62823 , TPS82130 , TPS82140 , TPS82150

 

  1.   Trademarks
  2. 1Point-of-load Architecture Considerations
  3. 2Line Voltage Transients
  4. 3Thermal limitations and power budgets
  5. 4Isolation Improving Electrical Noise Immunity
  6. 5Voltage Regulation Accuracy
  7. 6Solution Size
  8. 7Complete Solution
  9. 8References
  10. 9Revision History

Solution Size

To keep the total DC/DC converter solution small, external components can be either integrated or optimized for the application. Non-isolated power modules have become more popular over the last few years due to the higher level of integration and ease of use, as well as the optimization of the inductor to occupy less space. The power module in Figure 6-1 is offered in 3 different current limit variations with the same pinout to provide a scalable power solution.

GUID-7D3098E1-BA30-4E39-8CAF-8612D028E32A-low.pngFigure 6-1 TPS82130 Power Module in µSIP package