Step-up (boost) switching regulators
Efficient conversion of an input voltage to a higher output voltage
Our extensive step-up regulator portfolio includes synchronous and non-synchronous devices that address applications ranging from milliamps up to 100 A with efficiencies as high as 96%, and include key features such as wide-input voltage operating range (wide VIN), low quiescent current (IQ) for extended battery life and adjustable frequency with external synchronization to help manage switching noise.
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Power management is at the center of enabling the continued integration of electronics in our lives. For decades, TI has been at the forefront of developing new process, packaging and circuit-design technologies to deliver the best power devices for your design. Check out our featured DC/DC step-up (boost) regulators below, designed to help you address power density, EMI and quiescent current challenges.
Step-up (boost) regulators for power density
We know you need more power in a smaller form factor. Our boost regulators harness multiple leading power technologies for the most power dense, size-optimized, and best thermal performance solutions. Our ultra-efficient controllers and integrated converters can help you meet any design goal.
Step-up (boost) regulators for low EMI
Mitigating boost regulator EMI is a major challenge for many power supply designs. Our devices and EMI mitigation designs are validated for required IEC and CISPR standards to minimize EMI, output ripple and audible noise when using a DC/DC switcher. Our industry-leading, dual, random spread-spectrum technology mitigates EMI by spreading energy in multiple bands of interest using two random frequency generators.
Step-up (boost) regulators for low IQ
Your power design requires efficiency across the entire load range to extend battery life. Our low IQ boost devices minimize the amount of current draw out of the battery at ultra-light loads or even when the devices are not switching.
Step-up (boost) regulators design resources
This document explains how to implement boost, SEPIC or flyback regulators with boost power management ICs and how to choose the right solution.