Load switches

Make the switch to an integrated load switch

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Load switches are a simple, cost-effective way to turn on and off your power rails. Our broad portfolio includes extensive current, package and timing options. Our easy-to-use parametric search tool will help you quickly find the solution to reduce your shutdown current or reduce the BOM count in your design.

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Systems considerations

Select a switch that provides the functionality or qualifications required for your system.

Lower power consumption

Find load switches with a shutdown current as low as 10 nA for battery-powered applications.

Broad current range

Select a switch to support your low-, mid- or high-current rails.

Extensive package options

Find the package option that works best in your manufacturing environment.

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Radiation-tolerant, 1.6-V to 5.5-V input, 1.25-A load switch

TPS22950-Q1 NEW

Automotive 5.5-V, 2.7-A, 34-mΩ load switch with adjustable current limit

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.248
TPS22811 NEW

2.7-V to 16-V, 10-A, 6-mΩ load switch with fast overvoltage protection and current monitoring

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.55
TPS22953-Q1 NEW

Automotive 5.7-V, 5-A, 14-mΩ load switch with adj. rise time, voltage monitoring

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.336
TPS22954-Q1 NEW

Automotive 5.7-V, 5-A, 14-mΩ load switch w/ adj. rise time, voltage monitoring & output diagnostics

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.336
TPS22995H-Q1 NEW

Automotive 5.5-V, 3-A, 16-mΩ load switch with adjustable rise time

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.142

Technical resources

Application note
Application note
Basics of Load Switches (Rev. A)
Learn the fundamentals of load switches, when they should be used and how they can be implemented in a system.
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Application note
Application note
Making the Switch to an Integrated Load Switch
Learn about the drawbacks and limitations of a discrete switching solution and how to overcome them with an integrated load switch.
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Video series
Video series
Load Switches vs Discrete MOSFETs
With an integrated load switch, you can reduce solution size by 90% and greatly simplify the design process. These short videos explain what challenges you overcome with an integrated solution.

Design & development resources

Evaluation board
TPS22916 5.5V, 2A, 60mΩ on-resistance load switch evaluation module
The TPS22916 evaluation module (EVM) is an assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TPS22916xx load switches. The TPS22916EVM allows the user to apply different input voltages (1.0 V to 3.6 V) under different loading conditions (0 A to 2 A) to the TPS22916xx devices. This evaluation module (...)
Evaluation board
TPS22992 evaluation module for 5.5-V, 6-A load switch

The TPS22992EVM is a two-layer PCB containing the TPS22992 load switch device. The VIN and VOUT connections to the device and the PCB layout routing are capable of handling high continuous currents and provide a low-resistance pathway into and out of the device under test. Test point connections (...)

Reference design
Power Sequencing Reference Design Using Load Switches

The TIDA-01584 reference design demonstrates various power sequencing configurations using load switches. By using integrated load switches, the timing of each voltage rail can be adjusted independently. Each voltage rail can be controlled without extensive processor intervention or external (...)

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