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TPS54910PWP

3V to 4V Input, 9A Synchronous Step-Down Converter

Packaging

Package | PIN: PWP | 28
Temp: I (-40 to 85)
Carrier: Partial Tube
Qty Price
1-9 $6.94
10-24 $6.24
25-99 $5.83
100-249 $5.23
250-499 $4.88
500-749 $4.25
750-999 $3.68
1000+ $3.60

Features

  • 15-m MOSFET Switches for High Efficiency at 9-A Continuous Output
  • 0.9-V to 2.5-V Adjustable Output Voltage
  • Externally Compensated With 1% Accuracy
  • Fast Transient Response
  • Wide PWM Frequency:
       Fixed 350 kHz, 550 kHz or
       Adjustable 280 kHz to 700 kHz
  • Load Protected by Peak Current Limit and Thermal Shutdown
  • Integrated Solution Reduces Board Area and Total Cost
  • APPLICATIONS
    • Low-Voltage, High-Density Systems With Power Distributed at 3.3 V
    • Point of Load Regulation for High Performance DSPs, FPGAs, ASICs and Microprocessors
    • Broadband, Networking and Optical Communications Infrastructure
    • Portable Computing/Notebook PCs

PowerPAD and SWIFT are trademarks of Texas Instruments.

Texas Instruments  TPS54910PWP

As a member of the SWIFT™ family of dc/dc regulators, the TPS54910 low-input voltage high-output current synchronous buck PWM converter integrates all required active components. Included on the substrate with the listed features are a true, high performance, voltage error amplifier that enables maximum performance under transient conditions and flexibility in choosing the output filter L and C components; an under-voltage-lockout circuit to prevent start-up until the input voltage reaches 3 V; an internally and externally set slow-start circuit to limit in-rush currents; and a power good output useful for processor/logic reset, fault signaling, and supply sequencing.

The TPS54910 is available in a thermally enhanced 28-pin TSSOP (PWP) PowerPAD™ package, which eliminates bulky heatsinks. TI provides evaluation modules and the SWIFT™ designer software tool to aid in quickly achieving high-performance power supply designs to meet aggressive equipment development cycles.