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


The TPS563207 is a single, adaptive on-time, D-CAP2™ mode, synchronous buck converter requiring a very low external component count. The D-CAP2 control circuit is optimized for low-ESR output capacitors such as POSCAP, SP-CAP, or ceramic types and features fast transient response with no external compensation. The switching frequency is internally set at a nominal 580 kHz and operates in Forced Continuous Conduction Mode (FCCM). The high-side and low-side switching MOSFETs are incorporated inside the TPS563207 package along with the gate-drive circuitry. The low drain-to-source on-resistance of the MOSFETs allows the TPS563207 to achieve high efficiencies and helps keep the junction temperature low at high output currents. The TPS563207 dc/dc synchronous converter is designed to provide up to a 3-A output from an input voltage source of 4.3 V to 17 V. The output voltage range is from 0.806 V to 7 V. Rated input voltage and output current ranges for the evaluation module are given in Section 2.

The TPS563207EVM evaluation module (EVM) is a single, synchronous buck converter providing 1.05 V at 3 A from 4.3-V to 17-V input. This user’s guide describes the TPS563207EVM performance.

Table 1-1 Input Voltage and Output Current Summary
TPS563207EVMVIN = 4.3 V to 17 V0 A to 3 A