|Package | PIN:||YFF | 20|
|Temp:||I (-40 to 85)|
- Four Operational Modes
- DC Light and Flashlight
- Voltage Regulated Converter: 3.8 V to 5.7 V
- Standby: 2 µA (Typical)
- Storage Capacitor Friendly Solution
- Automatic VF and ESR Calibration
- Power-Save Mode for Improved Efficiency at Low
Output Power, Up to 95% Efficiency
- Output Voltage Remains Regulated When Input
Voltage Exceeds Nominal Output Voltage
- I2C Compatible Interface up to 3.4 Mbits/s
- Zero Latency Tx-Masking Input
- Hardware Voltage Mode Selection Input
- DC Light Mode Selection Input
- Hardware Reset Input (TPS61301, TPS61305)
- LED Temperature Monitoring (TPS61305)
- Privacy Indicator LED Output
- Integrated LED Safety Timer
- Total Solution Size of Less Than 25 mm2 (< 1 mm
- Available in a 20-Pin NanoFree™ (DSBGA)
Texas Instruments TPS61301YFFT
The TPS6130xx device is based on a high-frequency synchronous boost topology with constant current sinks to drive up to three white LEDs in parallel (400-mA, 800-mA, and 400-mA maximum flash current). The extended high-current mode (HC_SEL) allows up to 1025-mA, 2050-mA, and 1025-mA flash current out of the storage capacitor.
The high-capacity storage capacitor on the output of the boost regulator provides the high-peak flash LED current, thereby reducing the peak current demand from the battery to a minimum.
The 2-MHz switching frequency allows the use of small and low profile 2.2-µH inductors. To optimize overall efficiency, the device operates with a 400-mV LED feedback voltage.
The TPS6130xx device not only operates as a regulated current source, but also as a standard voltage boost regulator. The device keeps the output voltage regulated even when the input voltage exceeds the nominal output voltage. The device enters power-save mode operation at light load currents to maintain high efficiency over the entire load current range.
To simplify flashlight synchronization with the camera module, the device offers a trigger pin (FLASH_SYNC) for zero latency LED turnon time.