TPS2553DBVT

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TPS2553DBVT

Adjustable, Active High, Constant-Current, Current-Limited Power-Distribution Switch

Packaging

Package | PIN: DBV | 6
Temp: I (-40 to 85)
Carrier: Cut Tape
Qty Price
1-9 $1.91
10-24 $1.71
25-99 $1.59
100-249 $1.38
250-499 $1.27
500-749 $1.07
750-999 $0.88
1000+ $0.81

Features

  • Up to 1.5-A Maximum Load Current
  • ±6% Current-Limit Accuracy at 1.7 A (Typical)
  • Meets USB Current-Limiting Requirements
  • Backwards Compatible With TPS2550 and TPS2551
  • Adjustable Current Limit: 75 mA to 1700 mA (Typical)
  • Constant-Current (TPS255x) and Latch-Off (TPS255x-1) Versions
  • Fast Overcurrent Response - 2 µs (Typical)
  • 85-mΩ High-Side MOSFET (DBV Package)
  • Reverse Input-Output Voltage Protection
  • Operating Range: 2.5 V to 6.5 V
  • Built-In Soft Start
  • 15-kV ESD Protection per IEC 61000-4-2 (With External Capacitance)
  • UL Listed – File No. E169910 and NEMKO IEC60950-1-am1 ed2.0
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Texas Instruments  TPS2553DBVT

The TPS255x and TPS255x-1 power-distribution switches are intended for applications where precision current limiting is required or heavy capacitive loads and short circuits are encountered and provide up to 1.5 A of continuous load current. These devices offer a programmable current-limit threshold between 75 mA and 1.7 A (typical) through an external resistor. Current-limit accuracy as tight as ±6% can be achieved at the higher current-limit settings. The power-switch rise and fall times are controlled to minimize current surges during turnon and turnoff.

TPS255x devices limit the output current to a safe level by using a constant-current mode when the output load exceeds the current-limit threshold. TPS255x-1 devices provide circuit breaker functionality by latching off the power switch during overcurrent or reverse-voltage situations. An internal reverse-voltage comparator disables the power-switch when the output voltage is driven higher than the input to protect devices on the input side of the switch. The FAULT output asserts low during overcurrent and reverse-voltage conditions.