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Regulated outputs (#) 5 Vin (Min) (V) 1.8 Vin (Max) (V) 6.3 Iout (Max) (A) 1.5 Step-down DC/DC controller 0 Step-down DC/DC converter 3 Step-up DC/DC controller 0 Step-up DC/DC converter 0 LDO 2 Iq (Typ) (mA) 0.08 Features Comm Control, Power Good, Power Sequencing Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 85 Rating Catalog Processor name OMAP-L1xx, TMS320C674x Processor supplier Texas Instruments Shutdown current (Typ) (uA) 0.08 Configurability Factory programmable open-in-new Find other Multi-channel ICs (PMIC)

Package | Pins | Size

VQFN (RSL) 48 36 mm² 6 x 6 open-in-new Find other Multi-channel ICs (PMIC)

Features

  • Charger/Power Path Management:
    • 2-A Output Current on the Power Path
    • Linear Charger; 1.5-A Maximum Charge Current
    • 100-mA/500-mA/800-mA/1300-mA Current Limit From USB Input
    • Thermal Regulation, Safety Timers
    • Temperature Sense Input
  • 3 Step-Down Converters:
    • 2.25-MHz Fixed-Frequency Operation
    • Up to 1.5 A of Output Current
    • Adjustable or Fixed Output Voltage
    • VIN Range From 2.8 V to 6.3 V
    • Power Save Mode at Light Load Current
    • Output Voltage Accuracy in PWM Mode ±1.5%
    • Typical 19-µA Quiescent Current per Converter
    • 100% Duty Cycle for Lowest Dropout
  • LDOs:
    • Fixed Output Voltage
    • Dynamic Voltage Scaling on LDO2
    • 20-µA Quiescent Current
    • 200-mA Maximum Output Current
    • VIN Range From 1.8 V to 6.3 V
  • wLED Boost Converter:
    • Internal Dimming Using I2C
    • Up to 2 × 10 LEDs
    • Up to 25 mA per String With Internal Current Sink
  • I2C Interface
  • 10 Bit A/D Converter
  • Touch Screen Interface
  • Undervoltage Lockout and Battery Fault Comparator

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Description

The TPS6507x family of devices are single-chip power management ICs (PMICs) for portable applications consisting of a battery charger with power path management for a single Li-Ion or Li-Polymer cell. The charger can either be supplied by a USB port on pin USB or by a DC voltage from a wall adapter connected to pin AC. Three highly efficient 2.25-MHz step-down converters are targeted at providing the core voltage, memory, and I/O voltage in a processor-based system. The step-down converters enter a low power mode at light load for maximum efficiency across the widest possible range of load currents.

For low noise applications the devices can be forced into fixed-frequency PWM using the I2C interface. The step-down converters allow the use of small inductors and capacitors to achieve a small solution size. The TPS6507x devices also integrate two general purpose LDOs for an output current of 200 mA. These LDOs can be used to power an SD-card interface and an always-on rail, but can be used for other purposes as well. Each LDO operates with an input voltage range from 1.8 V to 6.3 V allowing them to be supplied from one of the step-down converters or directly from the main battery. An inductive boost converter with two programmable current sinks power two strings of white LEDs.

The TPS6507x devices come in a 48-pin leadless package (6-mm × 6-mm VQFN) with a 0.4-mm pitch.

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* Datasheet TPS65070x Power Management IC (PMIC) With Battery Charger, 3 Step-Down Converters, and 2 LDOs datasheet (Rev. I) May 18, 2018
Selection guides Power Management Guide 2018 (Rev. R) Jun. 25, 2018
Application notes Dynamic Power-Path Mgmt & Dynamic Power Mgmt (Rev. A) May 01, 2018
Application notes Basic Calculation of a Buck Converter's Power Stage (Rev. B) Aug. 17, 2015
Application notes Basic Calculation of a Boost Converter's Power Stage (Rev. C) Jan. 08, 2014
Technical articles Automotive electronics design made easy Jul. 18, 2013
Technical articles John discusses benefits of LEDs in automobiles Jul. 16, 2013
Application notes How to Power the TPS6507x On and Off Apr. 12, 2012
Application notes Understanding the Absolute Maximum Ratings of the SW Node (Rev. A) Jan. 13, 2012
User guides TPS6507xEVM (Rev. B) Sep. 13, 2011
Application notes Powering OMAP-L132/L138, C6742/4/6, and AM18x with TPS65070 (Rev. B) Aug. 29, 2011
Application notes TPS6507x Device Comparison Feb. 19, 2010
User guides Powering OMAP35x with TPS65073x Oct. 13, 2009

Design & development

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Hardware development

EVALUATION BOARDS Download
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Description
The TPS65070EVM-430 is a fully assembled and tested circuit for evaluating the TPS65070 5-Channel Power Management IC.
Features
  • Linear Charger: 1.5A Maximum Charge Current
  • 3 Step-Down Converters: 2.25MHz, up to 1.5A of Output Current
  • 2 LDOs: Fixed Output Voltage
  • WLED Boost Converter: Up to 2 × 10 LEDs
  • I2C Interface
  • 10 Bit A/D Converter
  • Touch Screen Interface
GUIS FOR EVALUATION MODULES (EVM) Download
SLIC013B.ZIP (501 KB)

Software development

SUPPORT SOFTWARE Download
TPS6507x-EVM Family Evaluation Software
TPS6507XEVM-SW The TPS6507x software allows you to evaluate the TPS6507x family of Power Managements ICs.

This software provides access to the devices you register and allow control of the integrate Charger, Power Path, DC/DC converter, LDO, wLED driver, Current Sinks and A/D converter.

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