TPS82140

ACTIVE

17V Input 2A Synchronous Step-Down Converter MicroSiP™ Module With Integrated Inductor

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Parameters

Iout (Max) (A) 2 Vin (Min) (V) 3 Vin (Max) (V) 17 Vout (Min) (V) 0.9 Vout (Max) (V) 6 Soft start Adjustable Features EMI Tested, Enable, Light Load Efficiency, Output Discharge, Power Good, Tracking Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 125 Iq (Typ) (mA) 0.02 Regulated outputs (#) 1 Switching frequency (Max) (kHz) 2500 Switching frequency (Min) (kHz) 1250 Switching frequency (Typ) (kHz) 2000 Duty cycle (Max) (%) 100 Type Module Topology Buck, Inverting Buck-Boost, Synchronous Buck open-in-new Find other Buck modules (integrated inductor)

Features

  • 3.0-mm x 2.8-mm x 1.5-mm MicroSiP™ Package
  • 3.0-V to 17-V Input Range
  • 2-A Continuous Output Current
  • DCS-Control™ Topology
  • Power Save Mode for Light Load Efficiency
  • 20-µA Operating Quiescent Current
  • 0.9-V to 6-V Adjustable Output Voltage
  • 100% Duty Cycle for Lowest Dropout
  • Power Good Output
  • Programmable Soft Startup with Tracking
  • Thermal Shutdown Protection
  • Pin to Pin compatible with TPS82130 and TPS82150
  • –40°C to 125°C Operating Temperature Range
  • Create a Custom Design using the TPS82140 with the WEBENCH® Power Designer

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Description

The TPS82140 is a 17-V input 2-A step-down converter MicroSiP™ power module optimized for small solution size and high efficiency. The module integrates a synchronous step-down converter and an inductor to simplify design, reduce external components and save PCB area. The low profile and compact solution is suitable for automated assembly by standard surface mount equipment.

To maximize efficiency, the converter operates in PWM mode with a nominal switching frequency of 2.0MHz and automatically enters Power Save Mode operation at light load currents. In Power Save Mode, the device operates with typically 20-µA quiescent current. Using the DCS-Control™ topology, the device achieves excellent load transient performance and accurate output voltage regulation.

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Technical documentation

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* Datasheet TPS82140 17-V Input 2-A Step-Down Converter MicroSiP Module with Integrated Inductor datasheet Jul. 08, 2016
Application notes Methods of output-voltage adjustment for DC/DC converters Jun. 14, 2019
Application notes Step-Dwn (Buck) Convrtr Pwer Solutions for Programmable Logic Controller Systems Sep. 10, 2018
Application notes Solve Point-of-Load Power Design Challenges: Single Board Computer Applications Aug. 24, 2018
Application notes Understanding 100% mode in low-power DC/DC converters Jun. 22, 2018
Application notes A Topical Index of TI Low Power Buck DC/DC Application Notes Jan. 17, 2018
Technical articles Decoding power module derating curves Aug. 11, 2017
White papers Benefits and trade-offs of various power-module package options Aug. 02, 2017
Application notes Improving the thermal performance of a MicroSiP(TM) power module Jul. 24, 2017
Application notes Feedforward Capacitor to Improve Stability and Bandwidth of TPS621/821-Family (Rev. A) Jun. 28, 2017
Application notes Sequencing and Tracking With the TPS621-Family and TPS821-Family (Rev. A) Jun. 28, 2017
Application notes Step-Down LED Driver With Dimming With the TPS621-Family and TPS821-Family (Rev. A) Jun. 28, 2017
User guides TPS82130, TPS82140, TPS82150, PWR-720 Evaluation Modules (Rev. B) May 16, 2017
Application notes Testing tips for applying external power to supply outputs without an input volt Oct. 24, 2016
Application notes Adjusting the soft-start time of an integrated power module Apr. 26, 2016
Application notes Understanding frequency variation in the DCS-Control(TM) topology Oct. 30, 2015
Application notes High-efficiency, low-ripple DCS-Control offers seamless PWM/pwr-save transitions Jul. 25, 2013
Application notes Choosing an Appropriate Pull-up/Pull-down Resistor for Open Drain Outputs Sep. 19, 2011
Application notes IQ: What it is, what it isn’t, and how to use it Jun. 17, 2011
More literature Описание TPS8267xSiP Mar. 22, 2011

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Hardware development

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The TPS82140EVM-720 evaluation module (EVM) is designed to help the user easily evaluate and test the operation and functionality of the TPS82140 power module. The EVM converts a 3-V to 17-V input voltage to a 1.8-V regulated output voltage at up to 2A of output current. The TPS82140 (...)
Features
  • 42 mm² total solution size
  • 2A Output Current
  • 3V to 17V Input Voltage Range
  • 1.8V Output Voltage

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