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Design tools & simulation
SLPM027A.ZIP (4 KB) - PSpice Model
Buck Converter NexFET Selection Tool
— This tool is designed to assist engineers in the selection of Texas Instruments’ discrete power MOSFET and Power Block devices for their synchronous buck design. Users can input the conditions for their power supply and compare various discrete and power block solutions by power loss, relative (...)
- Vary power supply conditions and observe TI’s most efficient solutions for any set of input parameters
- Select from a pre-established list of TI controllers or enter your own custom IC
- Rank solutions by effective power loss and compare by relative 1k price, device package, and total PCB footprint
5V 45A Dual Phase Synchronous Buck Reference Design
— This is a synchronous buck reference design that uses TPS40322 in a dual phase topology. It is meant for 12V nominal input voltage and outputs 5V and is capable of providing up to 45A combined on both phases with excellent current sharing. The full load efficiency is 96.7% which provides great (...)
9 - 15V Input, 3.3V@25A and 5V@25A using the TPS40322
— The PMP6857 reference design uses the TPS40322 to generate 5V and 3.3V outputs. The supplies are capable of 25A output each. The design also takes advantage of high performance compact MOSFETs (CSD87353) to achieve efficiency over 95% for most of the load range.