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TPS43330A-Q1 ACTIVE Automotive 2V to 40V Low Iq Single Boost & Dual Synchronous Buck Controller The TPS43330A-Q1 is a replacement for the TPS43330-Q1.
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Features

  • Qualified for Automotive Applications
  • AEC-Q100 Qualified With the Following Results:
    • Device Temperature Grade 1: –40°C to 125°C
      Ambient Operating Temperature
    • Device HBM ESD Classification Level 2
    • Device CDM ESD Classification Level C4B
  • Two Synchronous Buck Controllers
  • One Pre-Boost Controller
  • Input Range up to 40 V, (Transients up to 60 V),
    Operation Down to 2 V When Boost is Enabled
  • Low-Power-Mode IQ: 30 µA (One Buck On), 35 µA
    (Two Bucks On)
  • Low Shutdown Current Ish < 4 µA
  • Buck Output Range 0.9 V to 11 V
  • Boost Output Selectable: 7 V, 10 V, or 11 V
  • Programmable Frequency and External Synchronization Range
    150 kHz to 600 kHz
  • Separate Enable Inputs (ENA, ENB)
  • Frequency Spread Spectrum (TPS43332)
  • Selectable Forced Continuous Mode or Automatic Low-Power
    Mode at Light Loads
  • Sense Resistor or Inductor DCR Sensing
  • Out-of-Phase Switching Between Buck Channels
  • Peak Gate-Drive Current 1.5 A
  • Thermally Enhanced 38-Pin HTSSOP (DAP) PowerPAD™
    Package
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Description

The TPS43330-Q1 and TPS43332-Q1 devices (TPS4333x-Q1) include two current-mode synchronous buck controllers and a voltage-mode boost controller. The TPS4333x-Q1 family of devices is ideally suited as a pre-regulator stage with low IQ requirements and for applications that must survive supply drops due to cranking events. The integrated boost controller allows the devices to operate down to 2 V at the input without seeing a drop on the buck regulator output stages. At light loads, the buck controllers can be enabled to operate automatically in low-power mode, consuming just 30 µA of quiescent current.

The buck controllers have independent soft-start capability and power-good indicators. Current foldback in the buck controllers and cycle-by-cycle current limitation in the boost controller provide external MOSFET protection. The switching frequency can be programed over 150 kHz to 600 kHz or synchronized to an external clock in the same range. Additionally, the TPS43332-Q1 device offers frequency-hopping spread-spectrum operation.

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* Datasheet TPS4333x-Q1 Low IQ, Single Boost, Dual Synchronous Buck Controller datasheet (Rev. F) Dec. 23, 2014
Technical articles Start-stop technology is coming soon to a car near you Apr. 10, 2014
Technical articles Life-saving technologies to the rescue Mar. 06, 2014
User guides TPS4333x-Q1 / TPS4335x-Q1 Design Checklist Oct. 28, 2013
Technical articles Automotive electronics design made easy Jul. 18, 2013
Technical articles John discusses benefits of LEDs in automobiles Jul. 16, 2013
User guides TPS4333xEVM Apr. 01, 2011

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Hardware development

EVALUATION BOARDS Download
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Description

The Cranking simulator generates preprogrammed cranking pulses, resembling typical pulse as seen on Car-Battery during cranking (e.g. during start-stop operation). Other pulses can be configured via source-code change, which makes it applicable for any supply-voltage profile in the range of 2.18V.

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Features
  • 3 pre-programmed typical cranking pulses
  • Other pulses individually programmable via firmware-change
  • up to 50W output power
  • Adjustable repetition rate
  • Continuous or single-shot operation
EVALUATION BOARDS Download
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Description

The Texas Instruments TPS43330EVM evaluation module (EVM) helps designers evaluate the operation and performance of the TPS43330 Low Iq, Single Boost, Dual Synchronous Buck Controller.

Features
  • Two Synchronous Buck Controllers
  • One Pre-Boost Controller
  • Input Range up to 40V, (transients up to 60V), Operation Down to 2V when Boost is enabled
  • Low Power Mode Iq: 30uA (one Buck on), 35uA (two Bucks on)
  • Low Shutdown Current Ish < 4uA
  • Boost Output Selectable: 7V/10V/11V
  • Programmable frequency and (...)

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SLVM777B.ZIP (234 KB) - PSpice Model
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SLVM823.TSC (197 KB) - TINA-TI Reference Design
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SLVM824.TSC (143 KB) - TINA-TI Reference Design
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SLVM825.ZIP (167 KB) - TINA-TI Spice Model
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SLVM826.TSC (200 KB) - TINA-TI Reference Design
CALCULATION TOOLS Download
SLVC528.ZIP (16 KB)

Reference designs

REFERENCE DESIGNS Download
Sync Buck 3.3V to 1.2V @ 1.5A
PMP7007 — Automotive Power Solution
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Automotive Power Supply
PMP7031 — PMP7031 is an automotive dual buck supply with a boost on the input, which enables working down to 3V. It has a low quiesecent current during shutdown and supports various functions needed in an automotive application.
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