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Parameters

VGS (V) 10 VDS (V) 30 Power loss (W) 3.7 Ploss current (A) 25 ID, continuous drain current at Ta=25degC (A) 30 Operating temperature range (C) -55 to 150 Features Power supply Duty cycle (Typ) (%) 10 open-in-new Find other Power blocks

Features

  • Half-Bridge Power Block
  • 90.5% System Efficiency at 25 A
  • Up to 30 A Operation
  • High Density – 5 mm × 3.5 mm LGA Footprint
  • Double-Side Cooling Capability
  • Ultra-Low Profile – 0.48 mm Max
  • Optimized for 5 V Gate Drive
  • Low Switching Losses
  • Ultra-Low Inductance Package
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Halogen Free
  • Pb-Free
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Description

The CSD87384M NexFET™ Power Block II is a highly optimized design for synchronous buck applications offering high current and high efficiency capability in a small 5.0 mm × 3.5 mm outline. Optimized for 5 V gate drive applications, this product offers an efficient and flexible solution capable of providing a high density power supply when paired with any 5 V gate drive from an external controller or driver.

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* Datasheet CSD87384M Synchronous Buck NexFET Power Block II datasheet (Rev. D) Mar. 18, 2015
Technical articles How to choose the right power MOSFET or power block package for your application Oct. 29, 2019
Technical articles Discrete FETs vs. power blocks - how to choose the right SOA for your design Jun. 06, 2019
Technical articles Understanding the benefits of “lead-free” power MOSFETs Feb. 07, 2019
Technical articles When to use load switches in place of discrete MOSFETs Feb. 03, 2016
User guides CSD87384MEVM-603 User's Guide (Rev. A) Feb. 06, 2014
User guides Design Summary Power Block II Apr. 15, 2013
Application notes Controlling switch-node ringing in synchronous buck converters Apr. 26, 2012
Application notes Ringing Reduction Techniques for NexFET High Performance MOSFETs Nov. 16, 2011

Design & development

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Hardware development

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Description

CSD87384MEVM-603 implements a step-down synchronous buck converter using the NextFETTM Power Block II CSD87384M together with controller TPS51219RTE from Texas Instruments. CSD87384M NexFET™ Power Block II is a highly optimized design for synchronous buck applications offering high current and (...)

Features
  • 2% tolerance 1.0V output voltage
  • Up to 30-Adc steady state output current
  • 300kHz switching frequency
  • Over 90% peak efficiency

Design tools & simulation

SIMULATION MODELS Download
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Buck Converter NexFET™ Selection Tool
FETPWRCALC — 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 (...)
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  • 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
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Reference designs

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100% Pb-Free Step-Down Regulator Delivering 1V at 34A Reference Design
PMP10770 PMP10770 incorporates the TPS53219A and CSD87384M, which are the Green alternative to the TPS53355 30A dc/dc converter, and are 100% Pb-free. The design is for 10V-14V input, 1Voutput at 34A current with  83% efficiency at full load.
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