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TPS40322RHBT

Dual Output or Two-phase Synchronous Buck Controller

Packaging

Package | PIN: RHB | 32
Temp: Q (-40 to 125)
Carrier: Cut Tape
Qty Price
1-9 $3.10
10-24 $2.79
25-99 $2.61
100-249 $2.34
250-499 $2.18
500-749 $1.90
750-999 $1.64
1000+ $1.61

Features

  • Dual-Output or Two-Phase Synchronous Buck
    Controller
  • 180° Out-of-Phase Reduces Input Ripple
  • Input Voltage Range: 3 V to 20 V
  • Output Voltage Range: 0.6 V to 5.6 V
  • Adjustable Frequency: 100 kHz to 1 MHz
  • Bidirectional SYNC Pin With 0°/180° or 90°/270°
    Phase Shift
  • Voltage Mode Control With Input Feedforward
  • Accurate Current Sharing for Two-Phase
    Operation
  • Individual Power Good Outputs
  • Individual Enable and Programmable Soft Start,
    With Pre-Bias Start-Up
  • ±0.5%, 600-mV Reference
  • Output UV/OV Protection and Input Undervoltage
    Lockout
  • Individual Overcurrent Limit Setting
  • Hiccup Overcurrent Protection
  • Accurate Inductor DCR or Resistive Current
    Sensing
  • Remote Sense for Two-Phase Applications
  • Internal N-Channel FET Drivers
  • Integrated Bootstrap Switches
  • Available in 5-mm × 5-mm 32-Pin VQFN Package

Texas Instruments  TPS40322RHBT

The TPS40322 device is a dual-output, synchronous buck controller. It can also be configured as a single-output, two-phase controller. The 180° out-of-phase operation reduces the input current ripple and extends the input capacitor lifetime. Bidirectional master and slave synchronization function provides evenly distributed phase shift for a four-output system that reduces input ripple further and attenuates the system noise.

The wide input range can support 3.3-V, 5-V, and 12-V buses. The accurate reference voltage satisfies the precision voltage needed by ASICs and potentially reduces the output capacitance requirement. Separate PGOOD signals provide flexibility for system monitoring and sequencing. The two channels are independently controlled and each soft-start time is programmable. Voltage mode control is implemented to reduce noise sensitivity and also ensures low duty ratio conversion.