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Automotive 8V to 40V Synchronous Buck Controller


Package | PIN: PWP | 16
Temp: Q (-40 to 125)
Carrier: Cut Tape
Qty Price
1-9 $4.14
10-24 $3.73
25-99 $3.47
100-249 $3.04
250-499 $2.85
500-749 $2.42
750-999 $2.04
1000+ $1.95


  • Qualified for Automotive Applications
  • Operating Input Voltage 8 V to 40 V
  • Input Voltage Feed-Forward Compensation
  • < 1 % Internal 0.7-V Reference
  • Programmable Fixed-Frequency Up to 1 MHz Voltage Mode Controller
  • Internal Gate Drive Outputs for High-Side and Synchronous N-Channel MOSFETs
  • 16-Pin PowerPAD™. Package (λJC = 2°C/W)
  • Thermal Shutdown
  • Externally Synchronizable
  • Programmable High-Side Current Limit
  • Programmable Closed-Loop Soft-Start
  • TPS40050 Source Only
  • TPS40051 Source/Sink
  • TPS40053 Source/Sink With VOUT Prebias
    • Power Modules
    • Networking/Telecom
    • Industrial
    • Servers

PowerPAD is trademark of Texas Instruments.

Texas Instruments  TPS40050QPWPRQ1

The TPS4005x is a family of high-voltage, wide input (8 V to 40 V), synchronous, step-down converters. The TPS4005x family offers design flexibility with a variety of user programmable functions, including soft-start, UVLO, operating frequency, voltage feedforward, high-side current limit, and loop compensation.

The TPS4005x are also synchronizable to an external supply. They incorporate MOSFET gate drivers for external N-channel high-side and synchronous rectifier (SR) MOSFETs. Gate drive logic incorporates anti-cross conduction circuitry to prevent simultaneous high-side and synchronous rectifier conduction.

The TPS4005x uses voltage feed-forward control techniques to provide good line regulation over the wide (4:1) input voltage range, and fast response to input line transients with near constant gain with input variation which eases loop compensation.

The externally programmable current limit provides pulse-by-pulse current limit, as well as hiccup mode operation utilizing an internal fault counter for longer duration overloads.