SLUUC68A August   2020  – April 2021 TPS563207


  1.   Trademarks
  2. 1Introduction
  3. 2Performance Specification Summary
  4. 3Modifications
    1. 3.1 Output Voltage Setpoint
  5. 4Test Setup and Results
    1. 4.1 Input/Output Connections
    2. 4.2 Start-Up Procedure
    3. 4.3 Start-Up
    4. 4.4 Shut-Down
    5. 4.5 Output Voltage Ripple
    6. 4.6 Input Voltage Ripple
    7. 4.7 Load Transient Response
  6. 5Board Layout
    1. 5.1 Layout
  7. 6Schematic, Bill of Materials, and Reference
    1. 6.1 Schematic
    2. 6.2 Bill of Materials
    3. 6.3 Reference
  8. 7Revision History

Input/Output Connections

The TPS563207EVM is provided with input/output connectors and test points as shown in Table 4-1. Figure 4-1 shows connectors and jumpers placement on TPS563207EVM board.

A power supply capable of supplying 3 A must be connected to J1 through a pair of 20-AWG wires. The load must be connected to J2 through a pair of 20-AWG wires. The maximum load current capability is 3 A. Wire lengths must be minimized to reduce losses in the wires. Test point TP2 provides a place to monitor the VIN input voltages with TP6 providing a convenient ground reference. TP3 is used to monitor the output voltage with TP10 as the ground reference.

GUID-20200825-CA0I-LKHX-KWG1-RSHJRHBSSPQL-low.gif Figure 4-1 TPS563207EVM Connectors and Jumpers Placement
Table 4-1 Connection and Test Points
J1VIN (see Table 1-1 for VIN range)
J2VOUT, 1.05 V at 3-A maximum
JP1EN control. Shunt EN to GND to disable
TP1VIN positive power point
TP2VIN positive monitor point
TP3VOUT positive monitor point
TP4VOUT positive power point
TP5, TP7GND power point
TP6, TP10, TP12,TP13GND monitor point
TP8Switch node test point
TP9EN test point
TP11Test point for loop response measurements