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10 A, 5-V Input Non-Isolated Wide Adjust Module


Package | PIN: DIPMODULE (EUY) | 10
Temp: I (-40 to 85)
Carrier: Partial Tray
Qty Price
1-9 $20.27
10-24 $18.85
25-99 $18.19
100-249 $15.89
250-499 $15.12
500-749 $13.92
750-999 $12.49
1000+ $12.45


  • Up to 10-A Output Current
  • 5 V, Input Voltage
  • Wide-Output Voltage Adjust (0.8 V to 3.6 V)
  • Efficiencies up to 96%
  • 150 W/in³ Power Density
  • On/Off Inhibit
  • Output Voltage Sense
  • Pre-Bias Startup
  • Margin Up/Down Controls
  • Under-Voltage Lookout
  • Auto-Track™ Sequencing
  • Output Over-Current Protection (Non-Latching, Auto-Reset)
  • Operating Temp: –40 to +85°C
  • DSP Compatible Output Voltages
  • Safety Agency Approvals
       UL1950, CSA 22.2 950, & EN60950 VDE (Pending)
  • Point-of-Load Alliance (POLA) Compatible

Texas Instruments  PTH05060WAS

The PTH05060 series of non-isolated power modules are small in size but big on performance and flexibility. Their high output current, compact footprint, and industry-leading features offers system designers a versatile module for powering complex multi-processor digital systems.

The series employs double-sided surface mount construction and provides high performance step-down power conversion for up to 10 A of output current from a 5-V input bus voltage. The output voltage of the PTH05060W can be set to any value over the range, 0.8 V to 3.6 V, using a single resistor.

This series includes Auto-Track™ Sequencing. Auto-Track simplifies the task of supply voltage sequencing in a power system by enabling modules to track each other, or any external voltage, during power up and power down.

Other operating features include an on/off inhibit, margin up/down controls, and the ability to start up into an existing output voltage or prebias. To ensure tight load regulation, an output voltage sense is also provided. A non-latching overcurrent trip serves as load fault protection.

Target applications include complex multi-voltage, multi-processor systems that incorporate the industry’s high-speed DSPs, micro-processors and bus drivers.