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Vin (Min) (V) 15.7 Vin (Max) (V) 57 PoE current limit (Min) (mA) 850 PoE inrush limit (Typ) (mA) 140 rDS(on) per FET (Typ) (mOhms) 430 PoE standards supported 802.3at Type 1 (802.3af), 802.3at Type 2 PD power level 13W, 25W DC/DC control PD and DC/DC Fault response Auto Retry Features Primary Side Adapter Priority, Second Gate Drive, Thermal Shutdown Switching frequency Programmable, Synchronizable
Vin (Min) (V) 15.7 Vin (Max) (V) 57 PoE current limit (Min) (mA) 850 PoE inrush limit (Typ) (mA) 140 rDS(on) per FET (Typ) (mOhms) 430 PoE standards supported 802.3at Type 1 (802.3af), 802.3at Type 2 PD power level 13W, 25W DC/DC control PD and DC/DC Fault response Auto Retry Features Primary Side Adapter Priority, Second Gate Drive, Thermal Shutdown Switching frequency Programmable, Synchronizable
HTSSOP (PWP) 20 42 mm² 6.5 x 6.4
  • Powers up to 30-W (Input) PDs
  • DC-DC Control Optimized for Isolated Converters
  • Supports High-Efficiency Topologies
  • Complete PoE Interface
  • Enhanced Classification per IEEE 802.3at With Status Flag
  • Adapter ORing Support
  • Programmable Frequency With Synchronization
  • Robust 100-V, 0.5-Ω Hotswap MOSFET
  • –40°C to 125°C Junction Temperature Range
  • Industry Standard PowerPAD™ HTSSOP-20
  • Powers up to 30-W (Input) PDs
  • DC-DC Control Optimized for Isolated Converters
  • Supports High-Efficiency Topologies
  • Complete PoE Interface
  • Enhanced Classification per IEEE 802.3at With Status Flag
  • Adapter ORing Support
  • Programmable Frequency With Synchronization
  • Robust 100-V, 0.5-Ω Hotswap MOSFET
  • –40°C to 125°C Junction Temperature Range
  • Industry Standard PowerPAD™ HTSSOP-20

The TPS23754 and TPS23756 devices have a combined power-over-ethernet (PoE), powered-device (PD) interface, and current-mode DC-DC controller optimized specifically for isolated converters. The PoE interface supports the IEEE 802.3at standard.

The TPS23754 and TPS23756 support a number of input voltage ORing options including highest voltage, external adapter preference, and PoE preference. These features allow the designer to determine which power source will carry the load under all conditions.

The PoE interface features the new extended hardware classification necessary for compatibility with high-power midspan power sourcing equipment (PSE) per IEEE 802.3at. The detection signature pin can also be used to force power from the PoE source off. Classification can be programmed to any of the defined types with a single resistor.

The DC-DC controller features two complementary gate drivers with programmable dead time. This simplifies the design of active-clamp forward converters or optimized gate drive for highly-efficient flyback topologies. The second gate driver may be disabled if desired for single MOSFET topologies. The controller also features internal soft start, bootstrap start-up source, current-mode compensation, and a 78% maximum duty cycle. A programmable and synchronizable oscillator allows design optimization for efficiency and eases use of the controller to upgrade existing power supply designs. Accurate programmable blanking, with a default period, simplifies the usual current-sense filter design trade-offs.

The TPS23754 device has a 15-V converter start-up while the TPS23756 device has a 9-V converter start-up. The TPS23754-1 replaces the PPD pin with a no-connect for increased pin spacing.

The TPS23754 and TPS23756 devices have a combined power-over-ethernet (PoE), powered-device (PD) interface, and current-mode DC-DC controller optimized specifically for isolated converters. The PoE interface supports the IEEE 802.3at standard.

The TPS23754 and TPS23756 support a number of input voltage ORing options including highest voltage, external adapter preference, and PoE preference. These features allow the designer to determine which power source will carry the load under all conditions.

The PoE interface features the new extended hardware classification necessary for compatibility with high-power midspan power sourcing equipment (PSE) per IEEE 802.3at. The detection signature pin can also be used to force power from the PoE source off. Classification can be programmed to any of the defined types with a single resistor.

The DC-DC controller features two complementary gate drivers with programmable dead time. This simplifies the design of active-clamp forward converters or optimized gate drive for highly-efficient flyback topologies. The second gate driver may be disabled if desired for single MOSFET topologies. The controller also features internal soft start, bootstrap start-up source, current-mode compensation, and a 78% maximum duty cycle. A programmable and synchronizable oscillator allows design optimization for efficiency and eases use of the controller to upgrade existing power supply designs. Accurate programmable blanking, with a default period, simplifies the usual current-sense filter design trade-offs.

The TPS23754 device has a 15-V converter start-up while the TPS23756 device has a 9-V converter start-up. The TPS23754-1 replaces the PPD pin with a no-connect for increased pin spacing.

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* Data sheet TPS2375x IEEE 802.3at, High Efficiency, PoE Interface and DC-DC Controller datasheet (Rev. I) PDF | HTML 19 Dec 2017
Application note PoE Powered Devices Debug Guidelines PDF | HTML 19 Jul 2021
Application note PoE PD Schematic Review Guidelines PDF | HTML 29 Apr 2021
Application note Alleviating Short Circuit Thermal Concerns for PoE Powered Devices PDF | HTML 05 Jun 2020
Selection guide Power Management Guide 2018 (Rev. R) 25 Jun 2018
Technical article Flyback converters: two outputs are better than one 24 Nov 2016
Technical article Maximizing PoE PD efficiency on a budget 10 Nov 2015
Application note Lightning Surge Considerations for PoE Powered Devices 30 Apr 2015
Application note Efficiency-Optimized, Synchronous Flyback, High-Power PoE Controller/Converter 17 Jan 2012
User guide TPS23754EVM-383 EVM: Evaluation Module for TPS23754. (Rev. C) 28 Nov 2011
Application note High Efficiency Class 4 PoE Powered Device 23 Mar 2011
Application note Implementing a Buck Converter With the TPS23753A 20 Sep 2010
Application note Using the TPS23753A with an External Error Amplifier 06 Aug 2010
User guide TPS23754EVM-420 EVM: Evaluation Module for TPS 17 Apr 2009
Application note Advanced Adapter ORing Solutions using the TPS23753 (Rev. A) 09 Feb 2009
Application note PoE Powered Device for 24 VAC Building Power Applications 10 Sep 2008
Application note Designing an EMI Compliant PoE with Isolated Flyback 20 May 2008
Application note Practical Guidelines EMI Compliant PoE 27 Mar 2008

Design & development

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Evaluation board

TPS23754EVM-383 — 33-57V Vin, 12V Vout High Power Evaluation Module for TPS23754

TPS23754EVM-383 contains evaluation and reference circuitry for the TPS23754, which is a Class 4 (25.5 W) PoE PD + PWM Controller. The TPS23754 is targeted at wide Vin aplications (24 V - 60 V) in isolated converter topologies and is compliant with the IEEE 802.3 at Power over Ethernet (PoE) (...)

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Evaluation board

TPS23754EVM-420 — 20-57V Vin, 5V Vout High Power Evaluation Module for TPS23754

TPS23754EVM-420 contains evaluation and reference circuitry for the TPS23754, which is a Class 4 (25.5 W) PoE PD + PWM Controller. The TPS23754 is targeted at wide Vin aplications (24 V - 60 V) in isolated converter topologies and is compliant with the IEEE 802.3at Power over Ethernet (PoE) (...)

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Simulation tool

PSPICE-FOR-TI — PSpice® for TI design and simulation tool

PSpice® for TI is a design and simulation environment that helps evaluate functionality of analog circuits. This full-featured, design and simulation suite uses an analog analysis engine from Cadence®. Available at no cost, PSpice for TI includes one of the largest model libraries in the (...)
Reference designs

PMP22301 — Class 4 PoE PD (24-V/0.9-A) power supply reference design

This reference design utilizes a flyback converter to implement a Class 4 Power over Ethernet (PoE) poweredDevice dPD) with a 24-V/0.9-A output. The TPS23754
is a combination PD/PWM controller in one package, saving cost and space. This reference design is suited for many PoE applications such as (...)
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Reference designs

PMP6812 — Class 4, Cost-optimized, Flyback Converter Reference Design for PoE Applications

This reference evaluation module, featuring the TPS23754 PoE interface and DC-to-DC controller is used for class 4 PoE applications.

The flyback topology with diode rectification results in a low-cost converter for PoE applications such as a security camera. With the appropriate BOM changes, PMP6812 (...)

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Reference designs

PMP10288 — Class 4 PoE High Efficiency Active Clamp Forward Converter (3.3V) Reference Design

The PMP10288 reference design is a Power Over Ethernet (POE) active clamp forward converter. It features the TPS23754, which is a combination of a POE Powered Device (PD) controller and PWM controller. CSD17501Q5A FETs are used for high efficiency synchronous rectification. The input accepts (...)
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Reference designs

PMP9563 — Class 4 12V/2.5A Active Clamp Forward Converter for PoE PD Application Reference Design

This reference design is a Power Over Ethernet (POE) active clamp forward converter. It features the TPS23754, which is a combination of a POE Powered Device (PD) controller and PWM controller. CSD19534Q5A FETs are used for high efficiency synchronous rectification. The input accepts standard Type (...)
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Reference designs

PMP7452 — Class 4- 3.3V/7.6A Active Clamp Forward Converter Reference Design for PoE Applications

This converter reference design is used for Class 4 PoE applications where high efficiency is required. The active clamp forward converter with synchronous rectifiers provides excellent efficiency and small size for PoE applications such as a wireless access point. The TPS23754 contains both the (...)
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Reference designs

PMP6672 — Class 4, Efficiency-Optimized, Flyback Converter Reference Design for PoE Applications

This reference evaluation module, featuring the TPS23754 PoE interface and DC-to-DC controller, is used for Class 4 PoE applications where high efficiency is required. Output power is 5V at 5A from either an adapter input(21.6-57VDC) or power over ethernet. in general, the efficiency gain is on the (...)
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